This mix, officially called “The Rain Song (Mix Minus Piano),” almost sounds like a different song without its signature piano. Or, at least a much sadder one.
Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters do today what Plant did with Led Zeppelin in the ’60s and ’70s: combine different forms of music in powerful new ways.
In the spirit of staying positive, below are ten examples of artistic risks that did pay off.
Of course, Stonehenge makes an appearance.
Robert Plant has worked with one of the greatest guitar gods of all time in Jimmy Page as part of Led Zeppelin.
lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar will hit stores Sept. 9, and the full record is now available to stream ahead of its release via NPR’s First Listen.
Robert Plant and co. are going on a tour to support his new album, out next month.
As Robert Plant prepares for the release of lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar, he’s debuted the first song from the album, his first since 2010’s Band of Joy.
Bad news for Led Zeppelin fans: the band won’t be performing live soon– if ever.
Robert Plant, who recently spoke to Radcliffe and Maconie on BBC 6 Music, said, “I found some quarter inch spools recently and I had a meeting with Jimmy (Page) and we ‘baked’ them up and listened to them and there’s some very, very interesting bits and pieces that will probably turn up.”