After Jimmy Page recently revealed that Elvis Presley secretly attended a Led Zeppelin show in a touching bombshell, his former bandmate Robert Plant has now invoked Elvis’ name to brutally mock new United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Jack White recently made a stunning Led Zeppelin reunion remark.
Plant posted an embarrassing photo with the caption, “Elvis on Mars…”
Page had written, “During the 1970 Led Zeppelin tour of Europe, sandwiched between Essen and Berlin, I played Frankfurt with Led Zeppelin with its close proximity to US military bases. The audience always had a strong showing of those servicemen and women.
Elvis Presley had been stationed at Friedberg whilst in the army and it’s rumoured that Elvis himself attended some shows in Frankfurt back in the day – it’s highly probable that we played ‘Frankfurt Special’ that evening in the rock ‘n’ roll medley during ‘Whole Lotta Love’ to pay tribute to both Elvis, Frankfurt, and G.I. Blues. If we didn’t play it that time, I think we played it every other time we played Frankfurt! 🇩🇪”
A Led Zeppelin icon recently revealed how Page ripped him after a drug meltdown. Page also recently said, “On this day in 1966, I played Stourbridge Town Hall with five very alive Yardbirds. Jeff was in the band and we played some twin guitars at this time, but primarily I was on bass.
It was Stourbridge, waking up the Midlands!”
He later added, “On this day in 1967, the four live Yardbirds played the Santa Monica Civic, having played Santa Rosa the day beforehand, so these were our LA shows before going to perform three nights at the Fillmore in San Francisco. Also on the line up were West Coast heavyweights Moby Grape and Captain Beefheart.
01. Train Kept a-Rollin’
02. Mr. You’re a Better Man Than I
03. Heart Full of Soul
04. I Wish You Would/Hey Gyp
05. My Baby
06. Most Likely You’ll Go Your Way
07. Smile on Me
08. I’m a Man
09. Over Under Sideways Down.”