Robert Plant is an English rock musician and singer-songwriter from Kidderminster, Worcestershire. He is best known as the frontman of Led Zeppelin.
Starting his music career in 1965, Led Zeppelin released nine albums, before disbanding in 1980. He went on to forge a solo career, releasing his debut album, ‘Pictures at Eleven’, in 1982, which hit #2 in the UK Albums Chart and #5 in the Billboard Hot 200. He has released 10 solo studio albums, the latest being ‘Lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar’ in 2014.
He has also released several collaborative albums, including ‘Raising Sand’, with Alison Krauss, which won the Grammy Award for Album Of The Year. His s latest album, ‘Carry Fire’, dropped on October 13, 2017, and PLant and the gang supported it with UK and Ireland shows in 2017.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the world, including performing two shows as part of Forest Live in 2015.
Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters tour the US and Australia in 2018, before reaching London and Dublin for Bluesfestin October. Plant and co have also announced a huge show at Cardiff's Wales Millennium Centre in October. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Omg. What a performer. The atmosphere was electric. Had great view front row. Had been waiting years to see robert and waited backstage for autograph. But he didn't appear , brilliant musicians in his band too., he let them all shine. Very respectful. He is the sexiest man alive. Love him
I saw Robert Plant on his first solo tour after he brought out his first two albums "Pictures at Eleven" and "The Principles of Moments" including big hits such as "Big Log" and "In the Mood". I remember his comments at the time that he was determined not to tour until he had enough material for a set. And boy did he!. The atmosphere was electric, the music and singing working together in total harmony. Robert Plant literally moved to the beat. To this the day, the best performer I have ever seen or ever will. It was a privilege to be there. At the end an extra bonus with Jimmy Page coming on to play giving me an additional Led Zep experience to take away from there. The worst moment was leaving at the end!