Any Led Zeppelin fan expecting Robert Plant and Jimmy Page's long-awaited reunion to include John Paul Jones must have been stunned to find them working instead with street musicians in Marrakech, Morocco.
Robert Plant has been making the promotional rounds lately for his new album, 'lullaby ... and the Ceaseless Roar.'
Their solo careers followed successful runs in celebrated classic rock bands.
Who hasn't seen Robert Plant romping around as a tiny little speck in some impossibly cavernous stadium?
Robert Plant and Jimmy Fallon sang 'Duke of Earl' with the help of an iPad app.
Robert Plant is on the promotional trail for his new album, 'lullaby ... and the Ceaseless Roar,' and his journey brought him to the Sept. 22 edition of 'CBS This Morning,' where he talked about the liberating feeling of composing an album of new original material after spending a few years focusing on covers.
Most Led Zeppelin fans probably weren't expecting Robert Plant to spend a ton of time listening to the current round of deluxe reissues that his former bandmate Jimmy Page has curated from the band's vaults, but he dispelled any doubts during a recent chat with Billboard.
Though he's only just released a new album today, Robert Plant already has his eye set on the next possible project -- collaborating with Jack White.
Unlike so many of his contemporaries, who've held on to their glory days like they're the very lifelines keeping them alive, Robert Plant has managed to stay relevant by digging a deeper, more varied past.
Robert Plant has been outspoken in his desire to move forward with his music instead of dwelling on his Led Zeppelin legacy.