I'm not one but i know some are Robert Plant, Jack White play Led Zeppelin’s ‘The Lemon Song’ at Lollapalooza Argentina (VIDEO) BY Philip Caulfield NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, March 23, 2015, 10:59 AM DigitalZoomPro via youtube Jack White and Robert Plant play Led Zeppelin's "The Lemon Song" at Lollapalooza Argentina on Saturday. Rock fans will have a Whole Lotta Love for this pairing. Robert Plant joined Jack White onstage at Lollapalooza Argentina for a scorching rendition of Led Zeppelin's "The Lemon Song." The meeting in Buenos Aires Saturday during White's festival-headlining set marked the first time the musically kindred spirits have shared the same stage, though White has been playing the 1969 song while on tour in support of his new album, "Lazaretto." It was also the first time Plant performed the song since 1995, when Plant and ex-Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page played it in Norway as part of a Page and Plant tour, Rolling Stone reported. Plant, 66, who appeared at the festival with his band The Sensational Space Shifters, appeared with onstage with no introduction and deftly handled the vocals of the bluesy-rock track, gripping the mic in his familiar air-guitar stance and grooving shoulder-to-shoulder with White. "You know who that was, I don't have to tell you!" the clearly jacked-up White bellowed at the crowd after the song. Was the pairing a signal of more to come? In September, Plant told fans during a Facebook chat that he was eager to record with White at White's Nashville recording studio. "I'd like to do a track called 'Love Me,' which was originally recorded by The Phantom," Plant told fans, according to Rolling Stone.