Robert Plant Spotted With Two Women In Photos


Robert Plant and Led Zeppelin are one of the largest heavy hitters in the history of rock and roll, with more than 300 million albums worldwide, including 111.5 million certified units in the United States. Recently, Plant, who discussed this bombshell claim about a past bandmate, would make a surprise visit to a UK fashion store much to the delight of everyone in attendance. The store – The Vintage Store in St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre is located in Hull, England, and just opened up this past Saturday. Pictures can be seen below. Photo credit can go toward the site’s official Instagram page.

Although Led Zeppelin would sell countless albums together as a band and would go on to record music until 1979’s In Through the Out Door, during a recent edition of Digging Deep: The Robert Plant podcast, the beloved Led Zeppelin frontman explained that he only got to really know Jimmy Page by the time Led Zeppelin III was being recorded – which was released on October 5th, 1970. Credit to Ultimate Guitar for the following.

“If you think about it, from the get-go, from the very recording of ‘Led Zeppelin’ – which was like 36 hours of work – and then starting off touring… I think that that year, 1969, I think we did six tours in America or something like that. Nobody knew what was going on, because it was a momentum that was just – we were on fire, we’re rolling out there, playing with the James Gang, and Country Joe, and The [Jefferson] Airplane.

Plant also said: “It was just – if it all ended at the end of 1970, It would have been the most amazing trip, [even though] we just got on it. So, by the time we got to ‘Bron-Y-Aur’, it was the only time that we actually did – you know, use an outdoor toilet together – separately, individually [laughs] – and all that stuff. So, it was like we finally got time to breathe.

Plant concluded: “And, probably to discuss stuff, and to write notes about things, and all that… ‘[Led] Zeppelin II’ was created on the road and was magnificent for it, it was brilliant. But the beginning of the third album was a perspective change.”

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