By Brian Gardiner and Steve Sauer
Cameras were rolling last September when Robert Plant and his new band premiered songs from their new album to a London audience.
This month, HDNet promises to show highlights from the concert to its viewers in the United States and Canada. Its debut on HDNet is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. Eastern. (If you miss it, stay up a few more hours and it will air again at 1:30 a.m.)
The show was taped Sept. 2 at the HMV Forum in London's Kentish Town. In October, England's Guardian newspaper ran a series of five videos from the show, one each day.
The 70-minute broadcast is set to include live versions of several Band of Joy tracks: "Monkey," "House of Cards," "Harm's Swift Way," "Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down," "Central Two-O-Nine," "Angel Dance" and "Cindy, I'll Marry You Someday."
Also slated for inclusion are "Gallows Pole," "Rich Woman," "Please Read the Letter" and "I Bid You Goodnight."