CELEBRATE ROBERT PLANT’S LANDMARK TRACKS IN DIGGING DEEP: SUBTERRANEA
In his nearly 50-year career, former Led Zeppelin vocalist and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Robert Plant has gone to far distant lands as intrepid musical explorer, collaborating with musicians like Alison Krauss, Buddy Miller, and Patty Griffin. To write and produce lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar, though, he returned to his native England, enriched by all he has seen, heard, and investigated.
More than any artist of his generation, Plant, an indisputable rock legend, continues to surprise and challenge his audience — and himself — with music that is smart, exciting, and completely of the moment. His decades of experience, his incredible legacy as the front man of Led Zeppelin and as a solo artist, only serve to keep pushing him forward. He’s steeped in history but his ears are attuned to the entire world around him, listening for the future.
DIGGING DEEP showcases landmark tracks from each of the 8x GRAMMY® Award-winner’s 11 masterful solo albums, including a number of songs featured on Digging Deep with Robert Plant. Highlights include the #1 rock hit, “Hurting Kind,” and the GRAMMY® Award-nominated “Shine It All Around,” alongside the previously unreleased exclusives, “Nothing Takes the Place of You” (written by New Orleans musician Toussaint McCall and recorded for the acclaimed 2013 film, Winter In The Blood), “Charlie Patton Highway (Turn It Up – Part 1),” taken from the soon to be released album Band of Joy Volume 2 and a spectacular duet rendition of Charley Feathers’ rockabilly classic, “Too Much Alike” featuring Patty Griffin