Robert Plant announces one-off London show for July – ticket details

The former Led Zeppelin man will appear with the Sensational Space Shifters at the HMV Forum on July 12

Robert Plant announces one-off London show for July – ticket details

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Robert Plant will be play a one-off London show on July 12 at London's HMV Forum.

The show will see the former Led Zeppelin man performing with his new project, the Sensational Space Shifters, with whom he will also be appearing with at a show at Gloucester Guildhall on May 8 and at this year's WOMAD festival at Wiltshire's Charlton Park on July 27-29.

The Sensational Space Shifters are said to "draw inspiration from the roots music of Mississippi, Appalachia, Gambia, Bristol and the foothills of Wolverhampton" and are made up of Robert Plant on vocals, harmonica, Juldeh Camara of JuJu on the ritti, kologo, talking drum and vocals, Justin Adams also of JuJu and Jah Wobble on guitar, bendir and vocals, John Baggott of Massive Attack and Portishead on keyboards, Liam 'Skin' Tyson of Cast on guitar and vocals, Dave Smith of JuJu and Outhouse Ruhabi on drums and percussion and finally, Billy Fuller of JuJu and Beak on bass guitar and vocals.

Tickets for the London show go on sale May 4 at 9am (BST). Head to Womad.org for further information on WOMAD.

Robert Plant released his last album, 'Band of Joy', in 2010. It was his ninth solo record.

To check the availability of Robert Plant tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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