Solomon Burke To Sing At Led Zep Aftershow Party

The Atlantic Records' soul singer is to perform at reunion show

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Solomon Burke is to perform at the Tribute To Ahmet Ertegun Concert aftershow party this coming Monday (December 10).

The soul and gospel singer, most famous for his song ‘Everybody Needs Somebody To Love’, which was covered by The Rolling Stones was signed to Atlantic Records in the 1960s.

A source close to his current record label Snapper has informed Uncut that organisers of Monday’s concert, which will see Led Zeppelin perform for the first time in 27 years, approached Burke as their first choice to perform at the concert’s aftershow party.

Burke’s career has revived in recent years, after being inducted into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame in 2001, he recorded an album ‘Don’t Give Up On Me’ with songs written specifically for it by artists including Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson and Van Morrison.

The last time the legendary artist appeared live in the UK was as a special guest to Jools Holland on his tour in 2005.

Don’t forget to vote for your ultimate Led Zeppelin set list here: Rate The Song we’ll be publishing the final scores on Monday, ahead of Monday night’s highly anticipated gig!

UNCUT.CO.UK and NME.com will both be at the reunion gig, bringing you comprehensive coverage of the Tribute To Ahmet Ertegun Concert at the 02 Arena.

We’ve already started our daily Led Zep countdown to December 10, and on the night we will have live coverage straight from the 02 Arena including news, pictures and a special blog.

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