Robert Plant played ‘Rock And Roll’ at the 30th anniversary of ‘Later… with Jools Holland’

Robert Plant Imelda May

Robert Plant performed “Rock And Roll” and two other songs at a London concert celebrating 30 years of “Later… with Jools Holland”.

The thirtieth anniversary show was broadcast on BBC Two on November 12 but was filmed at the Eventim Apollo in London on October 5.

During the show, Plant appeared with Holland’s band and performed “I Feel So Bad”, “Lonely Avenue” and finally “Rock And Roll” with Imelda May and Richard Hawley.

The show is currently available to watch on BBC iPlayer here. It was filmed in the break in between Plant’s world tour with Alison Krauss and his Ireland and Scotland tour with Saving Grace.

According to the show’s setlist on, “Lonely Avenue” was actually played twice on the night because of a technical problem.

The performance of “Rock And Roll” is available to watch on YouTube below:

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