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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival, San Francisco.
(October 3, 2008) (John Davisson)

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  1. barbh0203 wrote:

    10:06 PM, Dec 05, 2008

    I saw this concert and it was a wonderful happy reunion for me and lots of others who had seen Robert Plant with Zeppelin so many years earlier.  When he took the stage, it was magic.  Just like he'd never been gone.  Alison Krauss and her band were superb and cooked up a musical storm in the beautiful balmy San Francisco night.  I don't think anyone who was there did not enjoy that concert - and the beauty part was that it was free!



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