يكفي أن دستور الجمهورية أتاح لكل مواطن ومواطنة في اليمن أن يصبح رئيسا للجمهورية! يبقى أنها أخرجت المارد من القمقم, وهيهات أن يعود إليه!
A rare snowy day in Nashville, Tennessee, set the stage for an even rarer event – an intimate concert by rock icon Robert Plant, at the War Memorial Auditorium.
Upon completion, its architect, Edward Dougherty, was given the Gold Medal Award, the highest honor bestowed by the American Institute of Architecture.
Other than the occasional live appearance, however, nothing substantive has ever come of it – until now.
In 1967 he formed a group called the Band of Joy with drummer John Bonham, before the two joined with guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist John Paul Jones the following year to form the legendary band Led Zeppelin.
After his 2007 collaboration with Alison Krauss garnered him six Grammy Awards (including Album of the Year and Record of the Year), Plant has created a new Band of Joy, which features fellow luminaries Buddy Miller and Patty Griffin.
The remaining members went their separate ways, but Bonham's death hit Plant particularly hard.
Starting his solo career in 1982 with his Zeppelin-like Pictures at Eleven album, Plant would use a slew of great drummers over the next few years, including Phil Collins, Cozy Powell, Barriemore Barlow, and Richie Hayward.