Paul Rodgers, Led Zeppelin & AC/DC Members share stage

May 14, 2017

Fans who bought tickets for the Paul Rodgers “Free Spirit” tour at the New Theater in Oxford, England tonight (May 14th) got a once-in-a-lifetime moment, as the voices of Led Zeppelin and AC/DC joined Rodgers onstage for an encore.

Check out the fan shot footage below, of Robert Plant, Brian Johnson and Rodgers singing “Money (That’s What I Want)” by Barrett Strong.


Johnson joined AC/DC in 1980 following the death of Bon Scott and has been the main vocalist ever since. Recently however, doctors advised Johnson he’d have to give up touring or face permanent hearing loss while the band was in the middle of a tour. Johnson stepped down, and AC/DC finished the tour dates with Axl Rose behind the mic.

Plant was the lead vocalist and lyricist for the rock band Led Zeppelin, considered one of the best rock bands in music. Active from 1968-1980, the band’s also been called the “biggest band of the Seventies” and sold up to 300 million units worldwide. After disbanding, Plant has enjoyed a successful solo career with multiple bands, most currently the Sensational Space Shifters.

Rodgers is a hugely successful vocalist, getting his start in the band Free (which he was on tour for) as well as Bad Company, The Firm, and Queen + Paul Rodgers. Brian May of Queen played with Rodgers at the Fender Strat Pack concert of 2004, which was the impetus of Rodgers touring with members of Queen.

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