Watch Robert Plant and Ringo Starr sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Jerry Lee Lewis

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Robert Plant and Ringo Starr paid tribute to Jerry Lee Lewis, to mark his imminent 80th birthday at his show at the London Palladium on Sunday [September 6].

Lewis turns 80 on September 29.

He is currently on a ‘farewell’ tour of the UK: his final show takes place at the Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, on September 10.

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Starr and Plant wheeled a birthday cake onto the stage and joined a host of other musicians and fans in singing “Happy Birthday” to Lewis.

Starr later wrote on Twitter, “Had a great time at the Jerry Lee Lewis show in London happy birthday Jerry peace and love”.

Lewis released his last album, Rock & Roll Time, in 2014.

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