ROBERT PLANT And SUZI DIAN Pay Tribute To The Regretted MIMI PARKER Of LOW

Last weekend MIMI PARKER, one of the most respected musicians on the alt scene, passed away after an unfortunate battle with cancer. She drummed and sang with her husband Alan Sparhawk for their musical project LOW.

Parker was born only 55 years ago in Duluth, Minnesota. She had a big impact on Low’s sound and work. Last year the pair released their sublime – 13th – LP titled HEY WHAT.

Two days ago Robert Plant played a show in Glasgow. Along with Suzi Dian he paid tribute
to the regretted Mimi Parker. They performed a gripping version of Low‘s opening track MONKEY from their 2005 longplayer The Great Destroyer.

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