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June 23 - NYC - What do Ian Hunter, Robert Plant & Ryan Adams have in common? They came to the Beacon Theater to play at a benefit for Arthur Lee, the founder of the '60's band "Love" - For donation information and updates on Lee’s condition, go to thelovesociety.com.


Backstage before the show - Ian Hunter, Robert Plant and Ryan Adams

Robert Plant & Ryan Adams share a laugh

Gavin DeGraw played Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come”

Ryan Adams was great with his band the Cardinals

Nils Lofgren did a lively set including Bruce Springsteen’s “Because the Night”

Ian Hunter showed he was in fine form

Garland Jeffreys got the crowd going with his hit "Wild in the Streets" and an acapella version of “My Little Red Book”

Johnny Echols, an original member of Love, played with Robert Plant

Everyone jumped out of their seats when Ian Hunter joined Robert Plant on Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth” at the end of the show

Robert Plant was the star of the night, playing “Ramble On” from Led Zeppelin II

Guest DJ for the night was BP Fallon posing here with his old friend Robert Plant

The benefit was organized by promoter Steve Weitzman, Arthur Lee's manager Mark Linn & Alicia Gelernt of Noble Music

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