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.
To celebrate the 39th anniversary of the release of Led Zeppelin's double-album masterpiece 'Physical Graffiti,' we are pleased to present an exclusive excerpt from 'Robert Plant: A Life,' a biography by author Paul Rees that reveals some fascinating insights about the group's singer while tracing his life from childhood to present day.
Bruce Springsteen, Robert Plant and Eric Clapton are among the headliners for the 2014 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. The annual music fest will take place over two three-day weekends from April 25 through May 4.
One would think that, by now, Robert Plant has fulfilled all of his childhood dreams. However, he will make another one come true next year when he takes the field for Wolverhampton Wanderers, the soccer team he has supported since he was a boy.
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