Here's a fun little throwback to the time Robert Plant showed up during Jack White’s set at the 2015 Lollapalooza Argentina festival to perform Led Zeppelin II’s “The Lemon Song.”
The former Led Zeppelin front man and the blues-loving guitarist were both on the lineup for that year’s festival, and they clearly made good use of the opportunity during White’s headlining performance.
White had included “The Lemon Song” in his sets previously, including at his headlining spot at Bonnaroo 2014.
Surprisingly, however, this occasion marked the first time Plant had sung “The Lemon Song” live since he and Jimmy Page performed together on their 1995 tour.
On that stint, the Led Zeppelin cofounders played the song during their stop in Norway.
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