Peer Into Led Zeppelin's 'Physical Graffiti' Cover in Video

March 31, 2015

Led Zeppelin's interactive new video for "Brandy & Coke" – the rough mix of "Trampled Under Foot" that appeared on last month's deluxe Physical Graffiti reissue – allows users to peer into windows in the building on the original cover....


Watch Jack White and Robert Plant Perform 'The Lemon Song'

March 22, 2015

"I love Jack White's buccaneer spirit, and the way he dodges through the musical horizons. I'd be happy to make a single with him," Robert Plant revealed during a Reddit interview last September. While their paths didn't cross when the Led Zeppelin singer...


Robert Plant to Bring Sensational Space Shifters on the Road

March 16, 2015

Robert Plant will hit the road again this year with his Sensational Space Shifters backing band for a tour that wraps itself around festival appearances at Sasquatch and Bonnaroo. The Pixies will open select dates, while singer-songwriter J.D. McPherson...


Billy Joel Leads Bonnaroo 2015 Lineup

January 13, 2015

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and multiplatinum icon Billy Joel will be headlining the 2015 edition of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Related: 45 Best Things We Saw at Bonnaroo 2014 The initial lineup for the 13th annual mega-fest —...


Robert Plant, Modest Mouse, Kendrick Lamar Head to Sasquatch

February 4, 2015

Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters, Modest Mouse and Kendrick Lamar will headline the 2015 Sasquatch! Festival, scheduled for Memorial Day weekend (May 22nd through 25th) at the legendary Gorge Amphitheatre in Quincy, Washington....


Led Zeppelin's 'Physical Graffiti' Reissue Due Next Month

January 8, 2015

Led Zeppelin's 1975 double-album Physical Graffiti will be the next LP from the group's canon to get a super-deluxe release, following reissues of the band's first five albums last year. The new edition, which guitarist and producer Jimmy Page has...


Live Review

Robert Plant Reinvents Led Zeppelin Classics at Tiny NYC Gig

October 10, 2014

Nothing says more about Robert Plant's current attitude about his career than his decision to play a bowling alley in Brooklyn. At midnight. On a Thursday. The former Led Zeppelin singer – who has done much to separate his solo career...


Robert Plant Goes Doo-Wop With Fallon on "Duke of Earl"

September 27, 2014

In between two New York kickoff dates for his North American fall tour, Robert Plant stopped by The Tonight Show to talk with Jimmy Fallon about his new solo album, Lullaby and. . . The Ceaseless Roar. During Plant's visit to the show, Fallon enlisted...


Inside Robert Plant's Wild, Ambitious Solo LP

September 10, 2014

"I can't be smug about it – I know it's wonderful," Robert Plant says, blunt and cheerful as he talks about his first solo album of new, original songs in almost a decade. "It's fucking great." Released by his new label, Nonesuch, on September...

Album Review

Lullaby and . . . The Ceaseless Roar

September 9, 2014

We'd like a Zep reunion as much as anyone, but it's easy to understand Robert Plant's resistance. Reinventing himself on his 2007 Alison Krauss collab, Raising Sand, and on projects with ex-girlfriend Patty Griffin, the singer made some of his best...


Robert Plant 'Disappointed and Baffled' by Jimmy Page

July 30, 2014

The odds of a Led Zeppelin reunion seem to be growing slimmer by the month. In a new interview with Uncut (via NME), Robert Plant says he is "disappointed and baffled" by Jimmy Page and his attempts to fuel the reunion rumor mill. Better off Led: Jimmy...


'Trance Meets Led Zep' on Robert Plant's New Track

June 23, 2014

Robert Plant has shared the haunting first taste of his upcoming LP, titled lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar. The singer's new track "Rainbow" – which premiered on Monday at NPR– finds the former Led Zeppelin frontman cooing dreamy...

Album Review

Led Zeppelin (Reissue)

June 3, 2014

It's easy to forget at this distance that Led Zeppelin's first three albums, the foundation of their titanic legacy, were the most divisive hit records of their day. This magazine is still living down 1969 pans of Led Zeppelin and II as brutal blues...


Watch Robert Plant Hand Stephen Colbert a Joint

October 10, 2014

Robert Plant stopped by The Colbert Report to perform cuts off his new LP Lullabye and… The Ceaseless Roar – "a concept album about a white noise machine," as host Stephen Colbert called it – and talk about his musical...


Christian Rapper Lecrae Scores First Number One

September 17, 2014

U2 surprised the world with Songs of Innocence last week, but its presence in 500 million iTunes accounts had no effect on total music sales — they're still down 15 percent, while track downloads are still down 13 percent. Also...


Robert Plant: I Want to Record With Jack White

September 9, 2014

Robert Plant participated in a Facebook chat Tuesday morning to discuss his new album Lullabye and... The Ceaseless Roar, Nilgiri tea and European football, and revealed that he wants to record with Jack White in Nashville next week. "Would you consider...


Robert Plant Is 'On Fire' in Sensational Space Shifters Clip

August 6, 2014

Robert Plant fans first met the former Led Zeppelin singer's new backing band, the Sensational Space Shifters, on 2012's Live in London LP. Two years later, the group is preparing to release Lullaby and… the Ceaseless Roar, a studio debut...


Robert Plant Explains His New Record

July 17, 2014

Robert Plant may be reluctant to revisit his early days in Led Zeppelin, telling Rolling Stone earlier this year that he is not part of a jukebox, but the singer seems to have enjoyed a trip back to the area of western England where he grew up. In a three-minute...


Robert Plant Tells Jimmy Page: 'Have a Good Rest'

June 5, 2014

Robert Plant responded to Jimmy Page's comments that he was "fed up" with the singer holding back a Led Zeppelin reunion, telling reporters at a press conference he thought the guitarist needed to "have a good rest," The National reports. "I think he...

Album Review

Led Zeppelin III (Reissue)

June 3, 2014

It's easy to forget at this distance that Led Zeppelin's first three albums, the foundation of their titanic legacy, were the most divisive hit records of their day. This magazine is still living down 1969 pans of Led Zeppelin and II as...