Robert Plant, frontman of legendary psychedelic rockers Led Zeppelin, continues to build the band's legacy with his impressive career as a solo artist. In over 30 shows on his 2013 tour, he electrified crowds with the sheer power and extraordinary range of his voice, making every song, from classic Led Zeppelin tunes to traditional blues standards, seem like they were written just for him. With his band, The Sensational Space Shifters, Plant tears up the concert stage, at times singing like a scream and at other times sounding like a dream. A ticket to one of his concerts is like an invitation into his home -- intimate and extraordinary at the same time.
As the lead singer of Led Zeppelin, one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time, Plant’s place in music history is already guaranteed. His band, Led Zeppelin, churned out No. 1 albums Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin III, Led Zeppelin IV, Houses of the Holy and Physical Graffiti, and the group has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As a solo artist, his album The Principle of Moments went platinum, while Now and Zen went triple platinum, selling over three million copies. Plant is a singer who is always at the top of his game. He is an innovator, a lover of music and someone who stands at the intersection where rock and roll, roots music and the blues come together. They meet right where he stands onstage, and as an incredible performer, he combines them into the uniquely musical experience he shares with audiences every day.
Published Aug 08,2014 5:05 PM / Tara Hall
Robert Plant and the Sensational Shape Shifters will spend a little time on the tour trail in the coming weeks, drumming up support for a brand-new album entitled "Lullaby and...The Ceaseless Roar." Read More Tour News »