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THE BLACK CROWES and Jimmy Page will play with members of Stereophonics, Aerosmith and Iron Maiden at a private Calvin Klein-sponsored charity gig in London on June 27.
No members of the public will be allowed to see the gig at the 400-capacity Cafe De Paris venue as tickets are available by invitation only.
Members of All Saints and Queen are also rumoured to be attending the event, which has been organised by tennis player Pat Cash‘s wife, Emily, to raise money for the SCREAM charity (Supporting Children through Re-Education and Music) Brazilian homeless children. Both Cash and pal John McEnroe will appear and are rumoured to be playing together onstage.
Stereophonics are scheduled to play a 30-minute acoustic set before ex-Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page joins The Black Crowes onstage.
It is likely all the celebrities will jam together at the end of the show.
Meanwhile, Black Crowes fans can see the band at
Nottingham Rock City (July 21) Dublin Olympia (23), Manchester Apollo (24)
There’s also a a still-to-be-confirmed London date on July 25.
Tickets are available from nme.com‘s 24-hour ticketline on 0870 121 0125 or click here to go to our online gig guide and ticket service.