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Robert Plant is patiently standing in a spacious dark wood and stained glass appointed event room on an upper floor of The Bowery Hotel, a trendy "it" spot on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.He sips a latte Correction: The number of Grammys Robert Plant and Alison Krauss won for their album Raising Sand was incorrect in a previous version of this story.Following the end of that relationship in 2013, he returned full-time to Worcestershire, England, not far from the Welsh border.
While he was socializing after a recent show at the 600-capacity Brooklyn Bowl (yes, a concert venue and bowling alley), Plant's fans took to social media to gossip about why the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famer would opt to play such a small club when he could sell out the likes of London's 20,000-plus seat O2 Arena.
(He and Led Zeppelin did just that in December 2007 when they got together to play at the tribute to music industry titan Ahmet Ertegun.)"We went bowling there one night, and one of the club managers said, 'We'd love to have you play here,'" says Space Shifters guitarist Liam "Skin" Tyson. A, Robert said, 'You know, we can go and do it.' So it was sort of impromptu."That type of spontaneous schedule change is typical, says Tyson, noting the group has also played gigs in remote desert areas, outposts in the Arctic Circle and small clubs around the world. The performances become more intimate at those shows.
NEW YORK — Think about Robert Plant and the images of the "golden god" come to mind — the thick, blonde hair, sparkling blue eyes, slim physique — combined with a bluesy yelp that practically defined the raw power of rock 'n' roll.
While his face may show signs of age at 66, much of his rock-star look remains intact.
Indeed, at the photo shoot for this article, Plant told his manager he wanted to explore renting a flatbed truck so the band could play an Indian reservation in the Dakotas."We play anywhere," says Tyson. He feels natural, playing in those small places rather than in giant arenas in front of crowds."This comes as no surprise to Krauss."Somebody like Robert, who is constantly changing, has a mystery about him because he can't get enough," she says.