Robert Plant played a jazz version of ‘Black Dog’ at a surprise show in New Orleans

Robert Plant New Orleans
(YouTube/Richard von Keyserling)

Robert Plant played a surprise show in New Orleans on April 28 when he appeared unannounced at Preservation Hall’s first 2023 Midnight Preserves benefit concert following a show with Alison Krauss hours earlier at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

Plant took to the stage at the benefit concert which plays host to a lineup of surprise guests every year. He performed “Rich Woman” followed by a jazz version of “Black Dog”.

Check out some photos of the surprise appearance below:

Plant is no stranger to unannounced surprise shows while on tour. While touring with Saving Grace last year, he appeared at an open mic night at a pub in Aberdeen, Scotland following their show in the city on November 8.

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7 Comments on "Robert Plant played a jazz version of ‘Black Dog’ at a surprise show in New Orleans"

  1. Roy JOHN Watson | 30th April 2023 at 5:14 pm | Reply

    a jazz version of black dog oh my god things have moved on since 1971

  2. Nice work

  3. He’s still alive👍

  4. Roy JOHN Watson | 30th April 2023 at 8:11 pm | Reply

    just to say i think plant should take a leaf out of jimmy pages book and think about calling it a day

  5. Lesley Holehouse | 30th April 2023 at 11:17 pm | Reply

    Enjoy life, enjoy music. Nice one Robert ❤️

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