Super Group “Them Crooked Vultures” ride the Metro.

vulturesThe super group featuring Dave Grohl of the Foofighters, Josh Homme of Queen of the stone age and John Paul Jones Of Led Zeppelin made their live show debut last night at Chicago’s Metro.

The legendary collaboration melt faces under the name “Them Crooked Vultures”. At the exclusive event which sold out, the band went on around midnight (EST) with Grohl on the drums, Homme vocals and guitar and Jones on base and keyboards.

information on the event is still limited but you can watch some fan footage of the gig at www.nme.com/news.

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    I saw John Paul Jones open for King Crimson a few years ago and he has grown considerably since his days with Led Zepplin. This new collaboration should be a great vehicle for the most underrated of the Zepplin crew.

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