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article imageReview: Robert Plant phenomenal at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 19, 2015 in Music
New York - On September 18, iconic rock star Robert Plant performed at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, for an excellent turnout.
Plant began his set with "Poor Howard," and the venue gave him a raucous response, in awe of his legendary status. He was joined by his band, The Sensational Space Shifters. It was followed by the Led Zeppelin tune "Trampled Under Foot," "Turn It Up" and "Black Dog," the latter of which resonate well with his fans.
He was able to perform his solo recordings, as well as the Zeppelin classics with ease, thus pleasing his listeners. These included "Rainbow," as well as "Black Country Woman" and "The Rain Song."
Plant had the audience clapping along to "The Lemon Song," as he played the tambourine. His rendition of "Little Maggie" was catchy and sensational. He saved his greatest vocal performance for last, and that was his classic hit, "Whole Lotta Love," where he was able to literally blow the roof off the venue.
Due to popular demand, he returned for an encore which incorporated a medley of "Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down," "In My Time Of Dying," as well as the Zeppelin classic "Rock and Roll," which was a crowd favorite.
The Verdict
Overall, Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters were remarkable at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York. The audience was well aware that they were in the presence of a living musical icon, and he proved to still be in top notch shape from a vocal standpoint. Unlike most artists, Plant allowed his music and powerhouse vocals to speak for themselves. His concert garnered an A rating.
To learn more about Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Robert Plant, check out his official website.
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