Former LED ZEPPELIN Bassist To Begin Work On Solo Album
Former LED ZEPPELIN bassist John Paul Jones has posted the following message on his web site:
"Well, here I am, back in England. THE MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY tour has finished and I shall take a few weeks off to recover! The whole experience has been immensely enjoyable and I have found myself inspired by the great musicianship (and energy!) of my fellow bandmates. It is a pleasure to work with people who are not only extremely talented but who have a great enthusiasm for any and every kind of music, and they can play it!
"I would also like to thank everyone who turned out to see us. It was so nice to be appreciated by ZEP, [TOAD THE WET SPROCKET], and [NICKEL CREEK] fans, rock and bluegrass fans alike. Diversity and the crossing of borders has for me always been one of the most interesting aspects of making music, (something those that know me may have already guessed!) but we need a ready, willing and open-minded audience to complete the experience, thank you for being just that. I hope now to spend the next few months writing and recording for my next solo album and attempt to turn all this inspiration into hard currency whilst the fingers are hot and the brain is buzzing!"
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