On Feb. 29, 1988, Robert Plant released his fourth solo album, 'Now and Zen,' and in the process finally admitted to himself and the world that it was pretty cool to have been the singer of Led Zeppelin.
Rock’s immortal “Golden God,” Robert Plant recently sat down for a revealing interview with the Australian edition of ’60 Minutes,’ which saw him hint at the possibility of a Led Zeppelin reunion next year. The video of the segment, which aired this past Friday (Feb. 15), is embedded below.
Recent rumors have had Robert Plant doing everything from touring with Led Zeppelin to releasing a pair of new studio albums, but it sounds like his plans for the immediate future are a lot more mundane.
Led Zeppelin gave us one great night in 2007 that's turned into the new 'Celebration Day' concert film, but Jimmy Page reveals that he always thought more shows would follow. The only problem was that Robert Plant was busy with his own project at the time.
At the very end of Robert Plant's concert at the Estadio Luna Park in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Thursday (Nov. 1), there was a brief scare when a fan rushed the stage and knocked him over. The Led Zeppelin singer did not appear to be injured.
While there may be no hope for another Led Zeppelin reunion, Robert Plant certainly isn't resting on his laurels. The ever present rock and roller has been keeping himself very busy as of late. In between promoting the forthcoming Led Zeppelin DVD, 'Celebration Day,' Plant has been focusing on recording new material.
It seems Robert Plant feels right at home in Mississippi Delta. The one time Led Zeppelin frontman has a new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, who made their US debut by headlining the 25th annual Sunflower Blues Festival on Aug. 11. It seems Plant brought his recently-in-hiding rock god voice out for the occasion, too.
One-time Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant imposed himself on singer-songwriter Amy Cook recently, not that she objected. Cook is releasing her new album 'Summer Skin' on Aug. 28, and it will feature a track with Plant called 'It's Gonna Rain.'
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