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Robert Plant

Robert Plant

1946 -

Origin: United Kingdom

Main instrument: Vocal

Genre: Rock

Considered one of the most outstanding singers in the history of rock, Robert Plant was a member of the band Led Zeppelin from 1968 to 1980. When the group disbanded in 1981, he began a solo career that allowed him to venture into a number of musical universes - 1950s R&B, New Wave, Asian and African music... In 1994, he teamed up with Jimmy Page, an accomplice from his Led Zeppelin days, for the No Quarter project. In the early 2000s, he explored new horizons with the group Strange Sensation, and then branched out into a number of projects, including collaborating with bluegrass musician Alison Krauss. In 2011, Robert Plant received the Spirit Award given by the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal.



  • Presentation of the 2011 Spirit Award – Robert Plant

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