Robert Plant performed with Donovan in Ireland

Robert Plant Saving Grace Donovan
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Robert Plant performed with Donovan in Ireland on November 2, with the pair singing “Season Of The Witch” together.

Plant is currently touring Ireland and Scotland with his band Saving Grace and the band has regularly been covering Donovan’s song “Season Of The Witch” during their recent tours.

Donovan himself joined the band on stage during their November 2 performance at the Wexford Spiegeltent Festival in Ireland.

Donovan’s guest turn on stage can be seen in this video from 16:50:

Tight But Loose magazine editor Dave Lewis attended the show and covered it on his website, writing: “Robert introduced the legendary Donovan. With long flowing hair, the sprightly 76 year old sparred with Suzi on the timelessly brilliant ‘Season Of The Witch’ – he even threw in few lines from his 1969 hit ‘Goo Goo Barabajagal.'”

Here’s the setlist from Saving Grace’s November 2 show, via Lewis’ Facebook photo of it:

  • Gospel Plough
  • Cuckoo
  • Four Winds Blow
  • Out In The Woods
  • So Far From You
  • Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down
  • Money
  • Two Coats
  • Everybody’s Song
  • It’s A Beautiful Day Today
  • As I Roved Out
  • Chevrolet
  • House Of Cards
  • Down To The Sea
  • Season Of The Witch
  • Angel Dance
  • Goodnight

Donovan performed with the other two surviving members of Led Zeppelin relatively recently.

Jimmy Page joined Donovan on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London to play “Sunshine Superman” on June 3, 2011.

You can watch that 2011 performance below:

And John Paul Jones played “Sunshine Superman” with Donovan in London on November 13, 2017.

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1 Comment on "Robert Plant performed with Donovan in Ireland"

  1. That set list Robert Plant did that particular would have put me to sleep.
    His solo career has gone to far hillbilly white Americana for me. No deep blues, no guitar but a strum here and there and the drummer is a puff puff. Yawn no thanks, have not paid for a Robert Plant concert in years. He often barely sold out the out door show he played here. His career is his own whims and to a sense I find that alright but it sure sucks in more ways than one. Hopefully new Zeppelin Bootleg will come out…lol

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