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Robert Plant: By Myself

  • 2010
  • Documentary and factual
  • News and current affairs

Summary

The singer discusses his varied life and musical career, including his upbringing in the West Midlands town of Stourbridge, his rise to stardom as the singer of influential rock band Led Zeppelin and his solo projects. The programme also reflects on his collaboration with country singer Alison Krauss, with whom he made the Grammy-winning album Raising Sand, and his reunion with virtuoso guitarist Jimmy Page

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Review

A revealing portrait of the artist who has been performing and recording for more than 40 years, and who started out as the frontman for one of the greatest rock bands ever, Led Zeppelin. Although his aversion to the media’s glaring spotlight remains undiminished, tonight there’s a rare opportunity to hear what he has to say about his life spent in music, from his youth as a grammar school kid, to the world domination of Led Zeppelin, and his triumphant and diverse solo career. Including rare archive footage, much of it from Plant’s private collection.

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PresenterRobert Plant
ProducerChris Rodley
Executive producerMark Cooper

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