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Could that be a reference to some sort of pantheism? The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars.
We are made of starstuff. If so, it could be perhaps a denial of the existence of any creator. His music is all over the place. Early Zeppelin is littered with references to mystical lands and demigods hailing from Norse mythology to Welsh mythology to the writings of J.
His later work, particularly the album Band of Joy , is heavy on the gospel music and the Christian themes.
Ultimately, we have no idea what his true religious beliefs are—if he even has any substantial religious beliefs, which seems somewhat doubtful. Never mind politics… for me, [music] is something to do which gives me very great pleasure.
For example, when Obama won the presidency in Plant is British, mind you and Plant was asked about it, he said:.
It seems like a nice comment, but is it? In July , his son Karac died at the age of five while Plant was engaged on Led Zeppelin's concert tour of the United States.
It was a devastating loss for the family. Plant retreated to his home in the Midlands, and for months afterward questioned his future. Plant did not begin writing song lyrics with Led Zeppelin until the making of Led Zeppelin II , in According to Jimmy Page:.
The most important thing about Led Zeppelin II is that up to that point I'd contributed lyrics. Robert hadn't written before, and it took a lot of ribbing to get him into writing, which was funny.
And then, on the second LP, he wrote the words of Thank You. He said, "I'd like to have a crack at this and write it for my wife.
Plant's lyrics with Led Zeppelin were often mystical, philosophical and spiritual, alluding to events in classical and Norse mythology , such as " Immigrant Song ", which refers to Valhalla and Viking conquests.
Another example is " The Rain Song ". Plant was also influenced by J. Tolkien ,   whose book series inspired lyrics in some early Led Zeppelin songs.
Most notably, " The Battle of Evermore ", " Misty Mountain Hop ", " No Quarter ", " Ramble On " and " Over the Hills and Far Away " contain verses referencing Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
Welsh mythology also forms a basis of Plant's interest in mystical lyrics. He grew up close to the Welsh border and would often take summer trips to Snowdonia.
Plant bought a Welsh sheep farm in , and began taking Welsh lessons and looking into the mythology of the land such as Black Book of Carmarthen , Book of Taliesin , etc.
Plant's first son, Karac, was named after the Welsh warrior Caratacus. The song " Bron-Y-Aur Stomp " is named after the 18th-century Welsh cottage Bron-Yr-Aur , owned by a friend of his father; it later inspired the song " Bron-Yr-Aur ".
Critic Steve Turner suggests that Plant's early and continued experiences in Wales served as the foundation for his broader interest in the mythologies he revisits in his lyrics including those myth systems of Tolkien and the Norse.
Page's passion for diverse musical experiences influenced Plant to explore Africa, specifically Marrakesh in Morocco where he encountered Umm Kulthum :.
I was intrigued by the scales, initially, and obviously the vocal work. The way she sang, the way she could hold a note, you could feel the tension, you could tell that everybody, the whole orchestra, would hold a note until she wanted to change.
Both he and Jimmy Page revisited these influences during their reunion album No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unledded in Arguably one of Plant's most significant achievements with Led Zeppelin was his contribution to the track " Stairway to Heaven ", an epic rock ballad featured on Led Zeppelin IV that drew influence from folk , blues , Celtic traditional music and hard rock among other genres.
While never released as a single, the song has topped polls as the greatest song of all time. Plant is also recognised for his lyrical improvisation in Led Zeppelin's live performances , often singing verses previously unheard on studio recordings.
One of the most famous Led Zeppelin musical devices involves Plant's vocal mimicking of bandmate Jimmy Page's guitar effects. This can be heard in the songs " How Many More Times ", " Dazed and Confused ", " The Lemon Song ", " You Shook Me ", " Nobody's Fault but Mine " and " Sick Again ".
He is also known for his light-hearted, humorous and unusual on-stage banter. Plant often discusses the origin and background of the songs during his shows, and sometimes provides social comment as well.
He frequently talks about American blues musicians as his inspiration, mentioning artists like Robert Johnson , Howlin' Wolf , Blind Willie Johnson and Willie Dixon at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony and the Ahmet Ertegün Tribute Concert with Led Zeppelin.
Plant enjoyed great success with Led Zeppelin throughout the s and developed a compelling image as the charismatic rock-and-roll front man, similar to his contemporaries the Who 's singer Roger Daltrey , Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones , Freddie Mercury of Queen , and Jim Morrison of the Doors.
On stage, Plant was particularly active in live performances, often dancing, jumping, skipping, snapping his fingers, clapping, making emphatic gestures to emphasise a lyric or cymbal crash, throwing back his head, or placing his hands on his hips.
As the s progressed he, along with the other members of Led Zeppelin, became increasingly flamboyant on-stage, and wore more elaborate, colourful clothing and jewellery.
According to Classic Rock magazine, "once he had a couple of US tours under his belt, 'Percy' Plant swiftly developed a staggering degree of bravado and swagger that irrefutably enhanced Led Zeppelin's rapidly burgeoning appeal.
I can't take my whole persona as a singer back then very seriously. It's not some great work of beauty and love to be a rock-and-roll singer.
So I got a few moves from Elvis and one or two from Sonny Boy Williamson II and Howlin' Wolf and threw them all together.
One of the oddest awards he received was the Rock Scene magazine "Chest O Rama". Readers of the magazine had to decide who had the best chest in rock, and Plant was the winner.
When they contacted him about it, he replied: "I'm really greatly honoured although it's hard for me to be eloquent on the subject of my chest.
After Led Zeppelin disbanded in December following the death of drummer John Bonham , Plant briefly considered abandoning music to pursue a career as a teacher in the Rudolf Steiner education system , going so far as to be accepted for teacher training.
He nevertheless embarked on a successful solo career, helped by encouragement from Genesis drummer Phil Collins , who would go on to play with him.
Popular tracks from this period include " Big Log " a Top 20 hit in , " In the Mood " , " Little by Little " from 's Shaken 'n' Stirred , "Far Post" the B-side of " Burning Down One Side ", appearing on the soundtrack of the movie White Nights starring Gregory Hines and Mikhail Baryshnikov , and popularised by airplay on album-oriented rock stations , " Tall Cool One " a No.
This last track, like Led Zeppelin's " All My Love ", was written for and dedicated to his late son, Karac. Whilst Plant avoided performing Led Zeppelin songs through much of this period although he would occasionally improvise his unique Zeppelin screams into his set , his tours in with Phil Collins on drums and in were very successful, often performing to sold-out arena-sized venues.
In Plant performed at the Birmingham Heart Beat Charity Concert with other famous Midlands musicians. These were: Now and Zen in , Manic Nirvana in , and the Fate of Nations which features Moya Brennan of Clannad and former Cutting Crew guitarist Kevin Scott MacMichael.
Songs from this third album, plus a smattering of Led Zeppelin classics, made up the set-list for Plant's acclaimed sunset performance on the Main Stage at Glastonbury Festival, in Although Led Zeppelin split in , Plant occasionally collaborated with Jimmy Page on various projects through this period, including forming a short-lived all-star group with Page and Jeff Beck in , called the Honeydrippers.
The pair again worked together in the studio on the Page solo effort Outrider , and in the same year Page contributed to Plant's album Now and Zen.
Also, on 15 May Plant appeared with Page as a member of Led Zeppelin, at the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary concert where he also performed in his own right as a solo artist.
Plant's live collaborations with other well-known musicians continued when he took to the stage with Queen at Wembley Stadium, for 's "The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert" for AIDS Awareness; where he sang Queen's " Innuendo " and " Crazy Little Thing Called Love ", and Led Zeppelin's " Kashmir " and " Thank You ".
Page and Plant became a full-fledged performing act from through , releasing the No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unledded album in and following with an enormously successful tour in , including a return to the Glastonbury limelight.
Fourteen years of speculation from their fans and occasional sniping between the two former members ended when they reconvened their former musical partnership to produce No Quarter.
Having long resisted offers from MTV to reform to do an Unplugged show, they finally accepted as part of a deal that also allowed them to visit Morocco to record new material.
The album combines the results of both of these projects. The Led Zeppelin material features new arrangements and new instrumentation, including strings, Egyptian musicians and the vocals of British-Asian star Najma Akhtar.
Page and Plant recorded their only post-Zeppelin album of original material on the album Walking into Clarksdale , an effort that was unsuccessful commercially, leading Plant to return to his solo career.
A song from this album, " Please Read the Letter ", was re-recorded by Plant with Alison Krauss , and was featured on their album which won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year.
Starting in mid, Plant performed until the end of at several small venues with his folk-rock band, named Priory of Brion.
This band consisted of the original Band of Joy guitarist Kevyn Gammond alongside Andy Edwards drums Paul Timothy keyboards and Paul Wetton bass.
The Priory of Brion played around one hundred concerts across Europe at various small clubs and festivals. The band performed cover versions of songs that had influenced Robert in his formative years.
Many of these cover versions would crop up later on his ' Dreamland ' album. In , Plant contributed to the tribute album for Moby Grape co-founder Skip Spence , who was terminally ill.
The album, More Oar: A Tribute to the Skip Spence Album Birdman , , with the album title referring to Spence's only solo album, Oar Columbia , , contained Plant's version of Spence's "Little Hands".
Plant had been an admirer of Spence and Moby Grape since the release of Moby Grape's eponymous debut album. In , Plant appeared on Afro Celt Sound System 's album Volume 3: Further in Time.
The song "Life Begin Again" features a duet with Welsh folksinger Julie Murphy , emphasising Plant's recurring interest in Welsh culture Murphy would also tour in support of Plant.
In , with his then newly formed band Strange Sensation, Plant released a widely acclaimed collection of mostly blues and folk remakes, Dreamland.
Contrasting with this lush collection of often relatively obscure remakes, the second album with Strange Sensation, Mighty ReArranger , contains new, original songs.
Both have received some of the most favourable reviews of Plant's solo career and four Grammy nominations, two in and two in As a former member of Led Zeppelin, along with Page and John Paul Jones, Plant received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in and the Polar Music Prize in From to , Plant actively toured the US and Europe with Strange Sensation.
His sets typically included recent, but not only, solo material and plenty of Led Zeppelin favourites, often with new and expanded arrangements.
A DVD titled Soundstage: Robert Plant and Strange Sensation , featuring his Soundstage performance filmed at the Soundstage studios in Chicago on 16 September , was released in October On 23 June , Plant was the headliner backed by Ian Hunter 's band at the Benefit For Arthur Lee concert at New York's Beacon Theatre , a show which raised money for Lee's medical expenses from his bout with leukaemia.
At the show, Plant told the audience of his great admiration for Arthur Lee dating back to the mid-'60s. Lee died of his illness six weeks after the concert.
An expansive box set of his solo work, Nine Lives , was released in November , which expanded all of his albums with various b-sides, demos, and live cuts.
It was accompanied by a DVD. All his solo works were re-released with these extra tracks individually.
In , Plant contributed two tracks to the Fats Domino tribute album Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino , "It Keeps Rainin'" with the Lil' Band o' Gold and " Valley of Tears " with the Soweto Gospel Choir.
From to , Plant recorded and performed with bluegrass star Alison Krauss. A duet album, Raising Sand , was released on 23 October on Rounder Records.
The song " Gone Gone Gone Done Moved On " from Raising Sand won a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals in Raising Sand also won Album of the Year at the 51st Grammy Awards.
Plant and Krauss began an extended tour of the US and Europe in April , playing music from Raising Sand and other American roots music as well as reworked Led Zeppelin tunes.
The album was nominated for the Mercury Prize in July He appeared as a surprise guest during Fairport Convention 's set at the Cropredy Festival , performing Led Zeppelin's " The Battle of Evermore " with Kristina Donahue as a tribute to Sandy Denny.
In July , Robert Plant embarked on a twelve-date summer tour in the United States with a new group called Band of Joy reprising the name of his first band in the s.
The group includes singer Patty Griffin , singer-guitarist Buddy Miller , multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Darrell Scott , bassist-vocalist Byron House, and drummer-percussionist-vocalist Marco Giovino.
After a one-off show in the United States on 12 September at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City, another eleven-date autumn tour in Europe was announced to last from October to November A new studio album called Band of Joy was released on 13 September on the Rounder Records label.
The band played their final scheduled show together at the Big Chill Festival at Eastnor Castle Deer Park in Herefordshire on 7 August The show ended with Plant bidding his bandmates "a fond farewell".
On 30 September , Plant and Band of Joy played in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, as part of the 11th Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival.
It was first reported that Robert Plant's new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, would be debuting at 's WOMAD festival in Wiltshire , England.
An intimate warm up gig was then announced in Gloucester on 8 May to a crowd of Although it was initially reported that there were 10 members of the band, along with Plant the band consists of former Strange Sensation members, Cast guitarist Liam "Skin" Tyson , Justin Adams , Billy Fuller and John Baggott along with Dave Smith and Juldeh Camara.
Patty Griffin was the special guest on the first few shows prior to her new album release and subsequent tour. On 13 July , the band released a download live album called Sensational Space Shifters Live in London July ' This album featured a mix of Strange Sensation and Led Zeppelin reinterpretations as well as covers and a spot by Patty Griffin.
On 23 June , Robert Plant announced  8 September release of Lullaby and The Ceaseless Roar , his tenth solo album and the first studio one with his band the Sensational Space Shifters.
On 28 June , Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters played at the Glastonbury Extravaganza. The band featured West African musician Juldeh Camara , guitarists Skin Tyson and Justin Adams , drummer Dave Smith, Massive Attack keyboardist John Baggott, and bassist Billy Fuller.
To celebrate Record Store Day Saturday 18 April , Plant released a special inch live EP titled More Roar , which collects three performances from his recent world tour to support his last solo album.
Available at participating outlets on 18 April, the release was limited to 10, copies and includes live versions of "Turn It Up" and "Arbaden" on side A, with a medley of "Poor Howard" and "Whole Lotta Love" on side B.
On 19 September , Robert Plant confirmed that he would join in October artists such as Emmylou Harris , Steve Earle , Patty Griffin , Buddy Miller , The Milk Carton Kids for select dates [b] on the Lampedusa Concerts for Refugees tour.
This tour across 11 North American cities 6—21 October was intending to raise awareness of the unprecedented worldwide refugee crisis and funds to support educational programs for refugees around the world.
The concerts were intimate evenings of acoustic performances. About his participation in the shows, Plant stated that "as with all the other members of this tour, [he would] be performing two or three songs a night and no more.
On 18 August , Plant announced the release on 13 October of his new solo album Carry Fire. In , Plant formed a low key acoustic band called Saving Grace and performed support slots for Fairport Convention and Seth Lakeman  In March , Saving Grace announced a US tour.
A collection of 79 songs from the eight-hour, at-home concert has been put together, with proceeds from streaming will go directly to support the COVID Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organisation.
Plant performed with living members of Led Zeppelin both on 13 July for Live Aid with Phil Collins and Tony Thompson on drums and on 15 May for Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary.
At the reunion, Jason Bonham , the son of Led Zeppelin's late drummer John Bonham , played drums. Both sets featured only a few songs, performed with minimal rehearsal.
Plant was unhappy with both performances, saying that "it was like sleeping with your ex-wife but not making love. Some of their set was released on the subsequent live album and video.
In , Led Zeppelin were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Plant performed at the induction show with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Jason Bonham, Neil Young , Steven Tyler and Joe Perry , performing spirited versions of "Bring It On Home", "Honeybee" and "When the Levee Breaks".
After years of reunion rumours, Led Zeppelin performed a full two-hour set on 10 December at the Ahmet Ertegün Tribute Concert , with Jason again filling in on drums.
In a January interview, he stated that he does not want to "tour like a bunch of bored old men following the Rolling Stones around.
Anyone buying Led Zeppelin tickets will be buying bogus tickets. In February , Plant hinted that he was open to a Led Zeppelin reunion in , stating that he was not the reason for Led Zeppelin's dormancy for the Capricorns Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones "are quite contained in their own worlds and leave it to [him]", adding that he was "not the bad guy" and that he had "got nothing to do in ".
In a spring interview with the BBC about the then forthcoming reissue of Led Zeppelin's first three albums, Page said he was sure fans would be keen on another reunion show, but Plant later replied that "the chances of it happening [were] zero".
Page then told The New York Times that he was "fed up" with Plant's refusal to play, stating: "I was told last year that Plant said he is doing nothing in , and what do the other two guys think?
Well, he knows what the other guys think. Everyone would love to play more concerts for the band. He's just playing games, and I'm fed up with it, to be honest with you.
I don't sing, so I can't do much about it", adding: "I definitely want to play live. Because, you know, I've still got a twinkle in my eye.
I can still play. So, yeah, I'll just get myself into musical shape, just concentrating on the guitar. On 30 July , NME revealed that Plant was "slightly disappointed and baffled" by Page in an ongoing Led Zeppelin dispute during which Page declared he was "fed up" with Plant delaying Led Zeppelin reunion plans.
Instead, Plant offered Led Zeppelin's guitarist to write acoustically with him as he is interested in working with Page again but only in an unplugged way.
He would have no intention whatsoever of doing it I've had enough of all this stuff, to be honest: 'Robert says this, Robert says that.
The only reality of it is that we did one concert. No matter how you dress it up, look at the situation. That's it. Plant married Maureen Wilson on 9 November The couple had three children: daughter Carmen Jane , who later married Charlie Jones , Plant's bass player for solo tours ; and sons Karac Pendragon — , and Logan Romero In , during Led Zeppelin's US tour, his five-year-old son Karac died of a stomach illness.
Plant is interested in Welsh history. In the New Year Honours List , Plant was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire "for services to music"  and on 10 July invested by the Prince of Wales.
On 14 August , football club Wolverhampton Wanderers announced that Plant was to become the club's third Vice-President. Plant officially received the honour before kick-off at the club's first match of the season against West Ham United.
Honest, he did. In late , BBC Two aired a documentary titled Robert Plant: By Myself. It features Robert Plant discussing his journey with Led Zeppelin and various projects since.
In a July interview with the Independent newspaper, Plant stated he "eloped and ran off to Texas" with Band of Joy co-vocalist, American singer Patty Griffin.
Plant's UK-based manager told E! News later that Plant was apparently being cheeky when he used the word "eloped" to describe his home life, for "Robert has not married Patty Griffin," instead "He was just referring to the fact that he's been residing in Texas" with her.
According to a July Ultimate Classic Rock article, Plant and Griffin had been dating for over a year, spending half of their time together in Austin, Texas.
My feelings are very much ones of sadness and regret. In early , Plant contributed to a community buyout scheme to save the Bath music venue, the Bell Inn.
He currently [ when? In , Plant donated towards frontline medical supplies during the COVID pandemic. The money went to the Gofundme page of a small clothing manufacturer in Kidderminster , England, that makes scrubs for local hospitals.
Plant has influenced the style of many of his contemporaries, including Geddy Lee , Ann Wilson ,  Sammy Hagar ,  and later rock vocalists such as Jeff Buckley and Jack White who imitated his performing style.
Freddie Mercury of Queen , and Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses were influenced by Plant. On 20 September , National Public Radio NPR named Plant as one of the " 50 Great Voices " in the world.
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