Yep! I saw them here in Richmond on the ‘18 and ‘19 summer tours (had been into him since the first record, but he never came to town on a weekend before then and I was traveling almost every week for work back then.) Amazing band and amazing shows.I was front row at their outdoor show in Pittsburgh in 2018 (that's me, my guitarist and his son in front of the keyboard player, bottom left at 0:23 in this video) and it was one of the best live shows I've EVER seen. The long fuzzed-out guitar notes in the chorus of "Lucky Penny" (like at 0:43 in this video:) blew my hair back and rumbled my insides.
Good Doctor, Plant is not married, not since the 70'sRobert Plant's wife is a far more talented musician than he is. I would paddle my canoe down the bayou to listen to jazz fest, caught several of his performances. Meh.
I laugh whenever I see these type of comments.Old rock stars are sad.Their permed wigs are sad. Wearing leather pants is sad when you nearly 80. Playing 40 year old songs is sad. That's entertainment, not music. I want to hear expression and art. Not a $100,00,000+ band raking in the cash and phoning it in. That isn't music. It's nostalgia banking on boomer money.