LED ZEPPELIN Kid Sister Breaks Out On Her Own

June 19, 2002

Deborah Bonham, kid sister of the legendary LED ZEPPELIN drummer John Bonham, has made her latest CD, entitled Old Hyde, available via Amazon.com. Featuring performances by Mick Fleetwood, Deborah's nephew Jason Bonham, Dougie Boyle (ex-ROBERT PLANT solo band),Robbie Blunt (ex-ROBERT PLANT solo band) and Robbie Mcintosh (ex-PRETENDERS/PAUL MCCARTNEY),the package comes with a three-song bonus disc that includes covers of LED ZEPPELIN's "Battle of Evermore", STEVIE WONDER's "Superstition" and CHRISTINE PERFECT's "Songbird".

In other news, Debbie is featured on the new tribute to Steve Marriott album, entitled Mustn't Grumble, which also includes appearances by PETER FRAMPTON, HUMBLE PIE, PAUL WELLER and NOEL GALLAGHER.

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