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Tragic Details About Robert Plant

Robert Plant is one of the most legendary rock singers in history. His voice was part of the epic success of Led Zeppelin, bringing classic songs like "Stairway to Heaven," "Black Dog," and "Kashmir" to life, and everyone on the planet, regardless of musical taste or age, has a shiver of recognition when they hear that opening wail on "The Immigrant Song."

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    Tragic Details About Robert Plant

    Tragic Details About Robert Plant

    Robert Plant is one of the most legendary rock singers in history. His voice was part of the epic success of Led Zeppelin, bringing classic songs like "Stairway to Heaven," "Black Dog," and "Kashmir" to life, and everyone on the planet, regardless of musical taste or age, has a shiver of recognition when they hear that opening wail on "The Immigrant Song."

    The Truth About Robert Plant's Horrific Car Crash

    The Truth About Robert Plant's Horrific Car Crash

    By all accounts, legendary English rock outfit Led Zeppelin were at the height of their careers in 1975. Shortly after the release of their critically-acclaimed LP Physical Graffiti, all previous releases from the band hit the top-200 album charts. They toured North America, and even played five sold-out nights at the Earls Court Arena in London, Britain's largest arena at the time...

    Why Robert Plant Didn't Get Any Credit On Led Zeppelin's First Album

    Why Robert Plant Didn't Get Any Credit On Led Zeppelin's First Album

    Led Zeppelin. Without the special something that each member brought to the band, you could not have the band. This was so true, in fact, that John Bonam's death broke up the band and, with the exception of an occasional reunion show, kept it broken. It might be surprising to learn that Robert Plant received no songwriting credit on Led Zeppelin's debut album Led Zeppelin, which would later be known as Led Zeppelin I.

    The Real Reason Led Zeppelin Won't Reunite Ever Again

    The Real Reason Led Zeppelin Won't Reunite Ever Again

    Five decades ago, Led Zeppelin released their first collection of mind-melting heavy blues; 12 years and eight studio albums later, the death of their drummer John Bonham shut the whole thing down. Those eight studio albums — the creativity, musicianship, songwriting, and production they exhibited — stand among the finest records made in the rock era. They have weathered changes in popular taste, technology, and distribution, and remain eight of the most listened-to collections of music in the world, with an estimated 300 million copies of those records in circulation.

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