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Whole Lotta…Tea

January 14, 2008


That’s right.  Led Zeppelin, the band famous for songs like Whole Lotta Love and Stairway to Heaven, is now drinking a whole lotta tea.  Performing together after 19 years, these former party animals requested nothing more than a constant flow of caffeine-free herbal tea and sparkling water backstage.  More than one million people applied in a lottery for 20,000 seats at London’s O2 Arena.  Stars like Kate Moss, Priscilla and Lisa-Marie Presley, Steve Winwood and Marilyn Manson were among those thrilled to have secured seats.  And they were not to be disappointed.  The performance reportedly “lived up to the loftiest of expectations.”  Believe it or not, legendary Led Zeppelin is rockin’ and rollin’ to a whole lotta tea.

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