Robert Plant Plots U.S. Tour with New Band Saving Grace

Robert Plant Saving Grace

Robert Plant announced a spring U.S. tour for his new band, Saving Grace, marking their performance debut in North America. 

The former Led Zeppelin frontman is joined by Suzi Dian on vocals, Oli Jefferson on percussion, Tony Kelsey on mandolin, baritone and acoustic guitars and Matt Worley on banjo, acoustic and baritone guitars, cuatro. 

The tour kicks off in Minneapolis on May 12, with stops in Milwaukee, Chicago, West Virginia, New York before wrapping up in Washington D.C on May 23.

Tickets on sale this Friday, March 6 at 10AM local venue time at Plant's website.  

Plant and Saving Grace first performed live during several U.K. shows in 2019, including an intimate show in Shropshire, England. The music from the performance was described as being "inspired by the dreamscape of the Welsh Marches," ranging "from a whisper to a scream."
 

Watch Saving Grace cover Low's "Everybody's Song" below. 

Robert Plant and Saving Grace Tour 2020 
May 12 — Minneapolis, MN @ Pantages Theatre
May 13 — Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall Ballroom
May 15 — Chicago, IL @ Old Town School of Folk Music: Maurer Hall
May 17 — Charleston, WV @ Mountain Stage – The Clay Center
May 19 — Port Chester, NY @ The Capitol Theatre
May 20 — New York, NY @ The Town Hall
May 23 — Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre

 

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