Robert Plant Is Still A Golden God

If Robert Plant had stopped making music after 1980, his legacy would still be eternal as the lead singer of perhaps the greatest rock band ever, Led Zeppelin. But Plant has spent the past nearly 40 years following his own path, building a solo career that matches the output of any of his contemporaries. In this special interview, Plant looks back on his career and discusses how his need for constant change has keep him vital artistically for so long. Also, Steve talks with friend of the pod Steve Gorman about his experiences touring with Plant and his ex-bandmate Jimmy Page in the '90s. 

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