Robert Plant and Band of Joy recently performed at the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., as part of the live television series “Artist’s Den.” The DVD of the performance will be released on July 10 and will include three bonus songs not seen during the television broadcast of the show as well as bonus interview footage.
Band of Joy is a group originally formed by Plant and fellow Led Zeppelin member John Bonham in 1966. The band would perform sporadically throughout the next few decades with multiple lineups, releasing albums in 1978 and 1983 before their most recent self-titled album, Band of Joy, in 2010. The album peaked at number five on the Billboard 200 in October 2010 and has sold more that 232,000 copies.
“Artist’s Den” is currently in its fifth season and has featured other notable artists such as Ringo Starr, Adele, Alanis Morissette and Elvis Costello performing at unique venues such as Graceland, a masonic temple and the New York Public Library. The show aims to have stars performing both new and old music in non-traditional settings. To view a complete list of artists and venues featured on the show, click here.
Robert Plant & Band of Joy at House of Blues, Boston
Robert Plant & the Band of Joy: Live from the Artists Den
- Black Dog
- Angel Dance
- Houses of the Holy
- House of Cards
- Cindy, I’ll Marry You Someday
- Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
- Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go
- A Satisfied Mind
- Move Up
- Down to the Sea
- Ramble On
- Gallows Pole
- In the Mood
- Rock and Roll
- I Bid You Goodnight