As the distinctive vocalist of Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant led the iconic 1970s rock band through 12 years of musical success.
With album sales second only to The Beatles, Led Zeppelin was brought to an abrupt end with the death of drummer John Bonham.
Over the years, Robert Plant albums have developed individuality and moved away from his Led Zeppelin-influenced debut
solo album Pictures at Eleven. Featuring his distinctive, powerfully howling vocals, a Robert Plant live performance
is unforgettable. Find full details on upcoming tour dates and buy tickets for the next Robert Plant performance in your area using StubHub! UK.
Robert Plant Biography - Reunions, Awards and Influences
Formed in 1968, the British rock band Led Zeppelin won numerous awards and accolades, notably the Ivor Novello Lifetime
Achievement Award in 1997. Since disbanding in 1980, reunions of the three living members have been rare, however guitarist
Jimmy Page has collaborated on several Robert Plant albums under the name Page and Plant. For the 2007 Ahmet Ertegun Tribute
Concert, drummer John Bonham's son Jason took his father's place in the reunion line-up, a performance that won them Best
Live Act at the 2008 MOJO Awards.
Robert Plant's distinctive wail fused with the bluegrass-country sound of Alison Krauss for the 2007 collaborative album
Raising Sand, which won five Grammy Awards including Album of the Year 2009. The Robert Plant discography has been
influenced by a range of musical styles, with hints of tribal North African beats blending with a throwback to the West Coast
psychedelic rock of his Led Zeppelin origins.
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