Robert Plants Performance in Pearl Jam's Show



Robert Plant has joined the lineup of Pearl Jam's $1,000-per-ticket Hurricane Katrina benefit at the House of Blues in Chicago on October 5

Hurricane Katrina besides causing destruction also creates such moment, during which many people compete to show their generosity. Won't miss the chance to do something good for mankind suffering from the disaster, former Led Zeppelin front-man Robert Plant has joined the lineup of Pearl Jam's $1,000-per-ticket Hurricane Katrina benefit at the House of Blues in Chicago on October 5.

The show, which is held at the 1,300-capacity venue, will mark the final show of the band's North American tour before it begins a Latin American leg in Santiago, Chile on November 22. As for Plant, who is currently touring North America with his band the Strange Sensation, will squeeze the show in between an October 4 stop in New Mexico and an October 6 date in Texas.

© AceShowbiz.com


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