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Robert Plant – “Bones of Saints”

Led Zeppelin wailer-in-chief Robert Plant continues his run of recent solo records with the release of Carry Fire, his eleventh, next month. Previously, we heard "The May…
Andy Cush / September 1, 2017

Robert Plant Announces New Album Carry Fire, Releases “The May Queen”

Robert Plant has announced a new album Carry Fire, due out October 13. It's the Led Zeppelin singer's first since 2014's lullaby and...The Ceaseless Roar.
Winston Cook-Wilson / August 18, 2017

Video: Robert Plant on Austin City Limits – “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You”

Rock legend Robert Plant returned to Austin City Limits for the first time since 2002 with his band the Sensational Space Shifters, taking the stage…
Sadie Bell / October 14, 2016

David Lynch Is Hosting His Own Two-Day Music Festival

Because you're nobody in art these days without your own music festival, legendary film director (and occasional left-field-pop purveyor) David Lynch is hosting the Festival…
Andrew Unterberger / June 22, 2016

Jack White and Robert Plant Covered Led Zeppelin’s ‘The Lemon Song’ in Argentina

Jack White's love for Led Zeppelin's classic cut "The Lemon Song" has been apparent for a while, given the regularity that he's trotted out a…
Colin Joyce / March 22, 2015

Robert Plant Brought a Joint to ‘The Colbert Report’ Last Night

Last night, before his midnight headlining show at New York's Brooklyn Bowl, Robert Plant stopped by The Colbert Report to play some songs from his new…
Brennan Carley / October 10, 2014

Robert Plant, Jimmy Fallon, and an iPad Are Your New Favorite Doo-Wop Group

While Robert Plant and his new band the Sensational Space Shifters were in New York City kicking off a fall tour, the classic rock icon…
Colin Joyce / September 27, 2014

Robert Plant Really, Really Wants to Work With Jack White

It was only a matter of time before Robert Plant got his hands on a Jack White collaboration, and it seems like that fateful day…
Brennan Carley / September 9, 2014

7 Albums to Stream: Robert Plant, Death From Above 1979, Ryan Adams, and More

The Summer of Ass has come and gone, but there's still plenty to look forward to this year — specifically new albums from Robert Plant,…
Isabel Imperatore / September 3, 2014

Robert Plant Plots U.S. Tour With Band That Isn’t Led Zeppelin

Unlike some iconic British rock bands, a full-blown U.S. tour from Led Zeppelin isn't a foregone conclusion, so for now, Zepp heads will have to…
Kyle McGovern / April 23, 2013

Robert Plant, ‘Band of Joy’ (Rounder)

Plant has had an unlikely late-career resurgence by embracing his folkier (if not freakier) side, starting with 2007's T-Bone Burnett–produced Raising Sand. Nashville alt-country icon…
David Menconi / August 23, 2010

It’s Not Your Parents’ Grammy Awards — Or Is It?

Aside from the Orwellian Reaganscape darkening the horizon, 1984 was a personal watershed for me -- a parent actually showed an interest in music that…
Charles Aaron / February 6, 2009

Should Led Zeppelin Reunite?

What started out simply enough last fall, with a one-off show in London in honor of the late Atlantic Records maven Ahmet Ertegun, has dissolved…
Peter Gaston / November 4, 2008

Why Led Zeppelin Shouldn’t Reunite

Sometimes getting a taste of something sweet only to see it disappear is worse than never tasting it at all.
Steve Kandell / October 31, 2008
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