In recent years, Robert Plant has shown more of an interest in exploring the roots and sounds of traditional music. But that doesn't mean he's forgotten about the 21st century, and he's proving it with a newly beefed-up online presence.
On Aug. 4, 1975, Robert Plant and his family were vacationing in Rhodes, Greece, when the car he was driving spun off the road and crashed. It was the first in a string of bad luck for the Led Zeppelin singer.
Getting trapped in one's own past glories is a pitfall for many classic-rock stars, but Robert Plant has managed to avoid it. As he explained during a recent interview, he's done it by always following his muse.
It's not quite accurate to say Primal Scream use Robert Plant for backing vocals on 'Elimination Blues.' The Led Zeppelin lead singer is more of an instrument, used to sweeten an experimental blues song. It's a bold move to ignore the temptation to put Plant in a starring role.
Robert Plant fans have grown accustomed to his restless nature over the decades, and after several years of exploring American roots music with his Nashville-based Band of Joy, it looks like he's moving on.
The music of Led Zeppelin was extremely diverse, encompassing elements of blues-based hard rock, folk, progressive rock and even world music. But the heart of Zep's mystique for many fans seemed to lie in
She's stayed mum for over a year as fans have speculated and rumors have swirled, but now that she's making the publicity rounds for her new album, Patty Griffin's coming clean about whether or not she and Robert Plant are really married.
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