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PBS NEWSHOUR

Robert Plant follows the ‘Fire’ of his musical passions

  • Aired: 11/13/2017
  • 06:49
  • Rating: NR
Robert Plant, former chest-baring frontman of Led Zeppelin, has enjoyed a prolific solo career, experimenting with a variety of musical styles and genres. Jeffrey Brown sits down with the rock legend to discuss his inspirations, whether Led Zeppelin will ever reunite and his newest album, “Carry Fire.”
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