ROBERT PLANT Performed Zeppelin Songs For The First Time Since 2007

Robert Plant performed a number of Led Zeppelin classics -- including "Stairway to Heaven" for the first time since Zep's 2007 Celebration Day reunion concert -- during a Saturday fundraiser for The Cancer Platform spearheaded by former Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor.

Taylor has survived what was expected to be a fatal bout with pancreatic cancer after being treated with Luttetium-177, a cutting-edge radioactive substance that targets cancer cells. 

The benefit took place at Soho Farmhouse, a small venue in the region of England known as The Cotswolds. Plant came on about halfway through the hour-and-20-minute show and also sang "Black Dog," "Thank You" and a version of Donovan's "Season of the Witch" that included a bit of Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll."

Taylor and Plant were backed by a group that also included former Pink Floyd bassist Guy Pratt, who also sang, and Rod Stewart's drummer, David Palmer.

Video of the entire show has been posted on the Facebook page Duran Duran Argentina.

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