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Stairway to Heaven (Live At The Kennedy Center Honors)

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really awesome

shamanbart

I never thought I'd like a cover of StH as much as the original, but this performance is it. Ann Wilson's vocals are like a young Robert Plant, and possibly more expressive. I watched the performance on TV and you could tell the members of LZ watching this were very moved. Really just incredible. Guitar work and drums are top notch as well. They are truly worthy.

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