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- Posted on Dec 3rd 2009 5:37AM by Julian Marszalek
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Jones said, "The O2 gig was really good. We'd put a lot of work into it. It had to sound like the last night of a two-year tour.
"After Robert Plant said he didn't want to do any more, I rehearsed with Jimmy Page and Jason Bonham for quite a lot of last year. We'd put so much into [the O2 gig] together, we thought, Let's just start another band. We wrote new material, but we couldn't really agree on singers and it didn't work out."
He continued: "But after that, I was in that mindset where I'd probably do some touring. My parents were in variety, so I've always felt at home on stage. When Dave came along and said, 'Do you fancy trying out with Josh?' I jumped at it."
The Crooked Vulture's sold out UK tour kicks off in Portsmouth next before winding up at London's HMV Hammersmith Apollo on Dec. 18