Robert Plant has announced his 11th solo album, 'Carry Fire.' With the announcement of 'Carry Fire' came the premiere of the album's first single, "The May Queen." You can listen to the track here.
This past Sunday night (May 14), Robert Plant and former AC/DC singer Brian Johnson joined Paul Rodgers on stage for a performance of“Money (That’s What I Want)” at the New Theatre Oxford.
There's a rumor going around—and that's all it is at this point, folks (a rumor)—that Led Zeppelin will reunite for this year'sDesert Trip Festival in southern California.
Robert Plant performed Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” for the first time without former bandmate Jimmy Page on Tuesday, March 14.
Robert Plant and his band, the Sensational Space Shifters, were headliners for David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption last October, and their performance comes to AXS TV 10 p.m. EST March 5.
Late last year, Phil Collins published his autobiography, Not Dead Yet: The Memoir, viaCrown Archetype.
Robert Plant and his band, the Sensational Space Shifters,will be featured on Austin City Limitsthis weekend.
Led Zeppelin has announced the release of The Complete BBC Sessions, an updated, newly remastered 3-disc collection of live recordings from the band's appearances on BBC Radio from 1969 to 1971.
A jury today found that Jimmy Page and Robert Plant did not plagiarize a 1968 song with their composition “Stairway to Heaven.”
Like the final scene in a mystery where all is revealed, Robert Plant provided some of the most illuminating testimony yet in the plagiarism trial over Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven.”
The “Stairway to Heaven” plagiarism trial turned into a Led Zeppelin reunion of sorts on June 16, when bassist John Paul Jones took the stand to testify for the defense.
The courtroom trial to determine if “Stairway to Heaven” includes a passage plagiarized from another song began yesterday, June 14.