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Hear Robert Plant, Alison Krauss and T Bone Burnett in harmony on standout track “High and Lonesome”, backed by all-star lineup of drummer Jay Bellerose, bassist Dennis Crouch, guitarist Marc Ribot and pedal steel player Russell Pahl, plus Viktor Krauss on mellotron, Jeff Taylor on bass accordion, and T Bone Burnett on electric guitar, mellotron and additional vocals. “High and Lonesome” is the second preview of Raise The Roof, following lead single “Can’t Let Go”, a rendition of the Randy Weeks/Lucinda Williams classic.

The rest of Raise The Roof includes deep cuts by Merle Haggard, Allen Toussaint, The Everly Brothers, Anne Briggs, Geeshie Wiley, Bert Jansch, Calexico and more.

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss (Photo: David McClister; used with permission)

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have announced several dozen 2023 tour dates for the U.S. and Canada. The pair continue to support their 2021 collaborative album, Raise the Roof . Tickets for the new shows go on sale here on Feb. 3, following several presale events. See the complete itinerary below.

Having won six Grammy awards—including Album and Record of the Year—for their 2007 collaboration, Raising Sand , Plant and Krauss’ followup album was released on Rounder Records and has since been nominated for three Grammy Awards including Best Americana album.

The album features 12 new recordings of songs originally recorded by Merle Haggard, Allen Toussaint, the Everly Brothers, Anne Briggs, Geeshie Wiley, Bert Jansch and others.

Like its predecessor, which generated platinum sales, Raise the Roof was produced by T Bone Burnett, who worked with former Led Zeppelin frontman Plant and popular Americana vocalist Krauss, accompanied by drummer Jay Bellerose, guitarists Marc Ribot, David Hidalgo, Bill Frisell and Buddy Miller, bassists Dennis Crouch and Viktor Krauss, along with pedal steel guitarist Russ Pahl, among others.

Watch the video for “Searching For My Love” from the album

Plant told Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe about the decision to record mostly covers.

“It gives us the opportunity to put our own personality into somebody else’s work,” he says, “which in places it’s quite profound and coming from another time when songwriting and people’s stories and statements and concerns were from a totally different time with a different onus. And I think that gives us a opportunity not to crush the original idea, but to just take it into another place, which is our goal. And it’s been remarkable really. We did exchange music for such a long time but then scuttled on to the next project. And then, slowly but surely, we have this thing where we can explore the less trodden pathways, I think of these songs.”

Krauss adds, “I’m not a songwriter. So my whole life is searching out songs and songwriters and interpreting another person’s story. So getting to hear more wonderful people and tell their story from something of a whole other world to me is really magical.”

Watch their interview with Apple Music 1 here .

Other highlights include a Plant-Burnett original, “High and Lonesome,” and the classic “Can’t Let Go,” written by Randy Weeks and first recorded by Lucinda Williams.

Listen to “High and Lonesome”

The first release, “Can’t Let Go,” spent 10 weeks at #1 on the Americana radio charts.

Watch the lyric video for “Can’t Let Go”

Adds Plant, “You hear something and you go, ‘Man, listen to that song, we got to sing that song!’ It’s a vacation, really—the perfect place to go that you least expected to find.”

Listen to their cover of Merle Haggard’s “Going Where the Lonely Go”

Related: Read radio great Dennis Elsas’ interview with Plant

On Nov. 19, the pair presented a global livestream. Backed by an all-star band in Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studios, they debuted a selection of songs from Raise the Roof exclusively for audiences on YouTube.

Watch them perform a Led Zeppelin favorite in June 2022

In addition to winning all six Grammy Awards for which it was nominated, 2007’s  Raising Sand also earned a CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year, plus Album of the Year and Duo/Group of the Year accolades from the Americana Music Honors and Awards.

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss 2023 Tour (Tickets are available here  and on  StubHub )

Apr 25 – Shreveport, LA – Shreveport Municipal Auditorium Apr 26 – The Woodlands, TX – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Apr 28 – New Orleans, LA – New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Apr 29 – Pelham, AL – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Apr 30 – Huntsville, AL – The Orion Amphitheater May 02 – Louisville, KY – Louisville, Palace Theatre May 03 – Huber Heights, OH – Rose Music Center at The Heights May 05 – Kansas City, MO – Starlight Theatre May 07 – Memphis, TN – Beale Street Music Festival May 09 – Asheville, NC – ExploreAsheville.com Arena May 10 – Wilmington, NC – Live Oak Bank Pavilion May 11 – Live Oak, FL – Echoland Music Festival May 12 – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre May 13 – Chattanooga, TN – Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium May 15 – Charlotte, NC – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre May 17 – Portsmouth, VA – Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion May 18 – Charlottesville, VA – Ting Pavilion Jun 14 – Las Vegas, NV – The Peart Concert Theater Jun 15 – Tucson, AZ – Centennial Hall at Univ. of Arizona Jun 17 – Taos, NM – Kit Carson Park Jun 18 – Telluride, CO – Telluride Bluegrass Festival Jun 20 – Bonner, MT – KettleHouse Amphitheater Jun 23 – Somerset, WI – Outlaw Music Festival Jun 24 – East Troy, WI – Outlaw Music Festival Jun 25 – St. Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Jun 28 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Blossom Music Center Jun 29 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap Jul 01 – Bethel, NY – Bethel Woods Center For the Arts Jul 02 – Lenox, MA – Tanglewood Jul 03 – Portland, ME – Thompson’s Point Jul 05 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage Jul 07 – Montreal, QC – Montreal Jazz Festival

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Onteo

If this new song is an indication of the the rest of the lp, it’s a winner. There needs to be a live LP from the first tour.

Henry

I love Alison Krauss and have seen her live twice, but I really don’t care for her and Robert Plant singing together. His voice was great when in Zepplin, but IMO the two together, not a fit. Also the music sounds like it is a computer. I think a reason they have been popular together is because all the Zepplin fans want to hear something from Plant and Krauss would sound good singing a cookbook. Just my opinion.

Brad

The music sounds like a computer? Ignorant comment.

Dazepp

I agree . Monotonous is the word I think. The Zep T shirts get in line to be rewarded with an Art lesson rather than entertainment. Then again, I suppose that suffering is a type of delight to some.

v2787

I agree with you about Krauss. Her voice is angelic. Plant, on the other hand, never did it for me. Ever. Like Neil Young, I find his voice grating and shrill. I don’t care for his singing, and so I’ll just step away from the Plant/Krauss pairing. Good luck to them, but I’m not buying their music.

Yvette

Harsh Critique… I Enjoy the Earlier Musical Talents of each Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, and the Pairing of Plant and Krauss as a Duet Team. I Greatly Enjoy their Vocal Blending in Performing Songs of the Past.. The Music Awards for their last (2) Albums Speak to their Fan Base and Musical Success…

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Reveal 2023 North American Tour Dates

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have announced that they will reunite for their first international tour in over a decade. The duo has shared an extensive list of dates that will see the team of musicians support their 2021 T Bone Burnett-produced LP, Raise the Roof –the follow-up to their 2007 Grammy-award-winning collection, Raising Sand . 

The impending run of concerts is scheduled to commence on April 25 at Shreveport Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport, La., before the pair follow up the next night in The Woodlands, Texas. From there, Plant and Krauss will work their way through Alabama and Kentucky prior to a stand at Rose Music Center in Huber Heights, Ohio. 

In continuation of their excursion, the players will return to the Southern region of the U.S., where they will appear on stage for concerts in Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia before embarking on the Southwestern leg of the tour, slated to take place in Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico. 

On June 18, the musicians will take a stand at Telluride Bluegrass Festival in Telluride, Colo., before moving over to Bonner, Mont., for a June 20 gig at Kettlehouse Amphitheater. Next, they will pop up in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, prior to a performance at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Va., on June 29.

Plant and Krauss will spend the first night of July at the fabled Bethel Woods Center for the Arts venue, before jumping over to Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, Mass., on July 12. The final tour dates will take place in Portland, Maine and Toronto. 

Pre-sale for this leg of the Raising the Roof tour will commence at 10 a.m., local time on Feb. 1. General on-sale will follow on Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. Visit plantkrauss.com to purchase tickets. 

Scroll down to see the pair’s complete list of North American tour dates. 

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss 2023 North American Tour: 

April 25 – Shreveport Municipal Auditorium – Shreveport, La. 

April 26 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, Texas

April 29 – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre – Pelham, Ala. 

April 30 – The Orion Amphitheater – Huntsville, Ala. 

May 2 –  The Louisville Palace Theatre – Louisville, Ky.

May 3 –  Rose Music Center @ The Heights – Huber Heights, Ohio

May 5 – Starlight Theatre – Kansas City, Mo. 

May 9 – ExploreAsheville.com Arena – Asheville, N.C. 

May 10 –  Live Oak Bank Pavilion – Wilmington, N.C. 

May 13 – Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium – Chattanooga, Tenn. 

May 15 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre – Charlotte, N.C. 

May 17 – Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion – Portsmouth, Va. 

May 18  – Ting Pavilion – Charlottesville, Va. 

June 14 – Pearl Concert Theater – Las Vegas, Nev. 

June 15 – Centennial Hall at University of Arizona – Tucson, Ariz.

June 17 – Kit Carson Park – Taos, N.M. 

June 18 – Telluride Bluegrass Festival – Telluride, Colo. 

June 20 – Kettlehouse Amphitheater – Bonner, Mont. 

June 28 – Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

June 29 – Wolf Trap – Vienna, Va.* 

July 1 – Bethel Woods Center for the Arts – Bethel, N.Y. 

July 12 – Tanglewood Music Center – Lenox, Mass.**

July 13 – Thompson’s Point – Portland, Maine

July 15 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, Ontario 

*On sale Feb. 17

**On sale March 9

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss sing onstage together.

The year’s most anticipated bluegrass tour is finally here.

Led Zeppelin frontman turned sensitive singer-songwriter Robert Plant is teaming up once again with accomplished vocalist Alison Krauss for their second “Raising The Roof Tour” in as many years.

This time around, the duo, which released their critically-acclaimed album “Raise The Roof” in 2021, will hit 26 venues all over North America from April 25 through July 5 which includes a stop at Bethel, NY’s Bethel Woods Center For The Arts on July 1.

Along the way, they’ll also perform at three major festivals: the New Orleans Jazz Festival held April 28 through May 7, Live Oak, FL’s Echoland Music Festival from May 11-13 and the Telluride Bluegrass Festival set for June 15-18.

And while many count themselves as fans of Plant and Krauss’ ongoing collaboration, we’re going to go ahead and guess most readers are wondering whether or not Plant will reach back into Led Zeppelin’s storied catalog of classic rock favorites.

While past set lists confirm that Plant does indeed play a few Zep tracks live — “Rock And Roll,” “Battle of Evermore” and “When The Levee Breaks” were three we saw show up last year — the best way to find out is live.

Want to grab tickets today ?

Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Feb. 3, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats  before seats are officially on sale.

Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss 2023 tour schedule

On April 25, Plant and Krauss will begin their nationwide “Raising The Roof Tour” at Shreveport, LA’s Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium .

Some of the biggest stops on the three-month run include gigs at Kansas City’s Starlight Theatre on May 5, Chattanooga’s Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium on May 13, Charlotte’s Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre on May 15, Tucson’s Centennial Hall on June 15 and Portland, ME’s Thompsons Point on July 3.

The run concludes at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on July 5.

A complete calendar featuring all upcoming tour dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets can be found here .

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss festival appearance information

As noted earlier, Plant and Krauss have plans to lend their talents to a number of huge festivals this spring and summer.

To determine whether or not each fest is worth the trip, we’ve compiled all the essential information for you below.

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss opening act

For most shows on the tour, Plant and Krauss will be joined by special guest JD McPherson.

McPherson, 45, has a sound you can’t quite pin down.

On some tracks, like “Lucky Penny,” he rocks hard evoking roots-y classic rockers like, well, Led Zeppelin.

Yet, on other songs like his “North Side Gal,” you’ll swear you’ve time-traveled to the 1950s with its near doo-wop swing.

If you want to hear McPherson’s sonically diverse tunes, you can poke through his diverse collection here .

Robert Plant set list

Although we can’t guarantee whether or not the 74-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Plant will play the same songs on the 2023 tour that he did with Krauss last year, we figured we’d give you a taste of what the two played on a sample show in summer 2022:

01.) “Rich Woman” (Li’l Millet and His Creoles cover) 02. ) “Quattro (World Drifts In)” (Calexico cover) 03. ) “Fortune Teller” (Benny Spellman cover) 04.) “The Price of Love” (The Everly Brothers cover) 05.) “Rock and Roll” (Led Zeppelin cover) 06.) “Please Read the Letter” (Jimmy Page & Robert Plant cover) 07.) “Let Your Loss Be Your Lesson” (Little Milton cover) 08.) “High and Lonesome” 09.) “Last Kind Words Blues” (Geeshie Wiley cover) 10.) “You Led Me to the Wrong” (Ola Belle Reed cover) 11.) “Trouble With My Lover” (Allen Toussaint and Leo Nocentelli cover) 12.) “Go Your Way” (Bert Jansch cover) 13.) “It Don’t Bother Me” (Bert Jansch cover) 14.) “Leave My Woman Alone” (Ray Charles cover) 15.) “The Battle of Evermore” (Led Zeppelin cover) 16.) “When the Levee Breaks” (Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe McCoy cover) (with elements of “Friends”) 17.) “Gone Gone Gone” (The Everly Brothers cover) Encore:

18.) “Stick With Me Baby” (The Everly Brothers cover) 19.) “Can’t Let Go” (Randy Weeks cover) 20.) “Somebody Was Watching Over Me” (Maria Muldaur cover)

Want to do more research to see what they played where? Check out Plant and Krauss’ comprehensive SetList FM page here .

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Some of the biggest legends that defined the sound of the ’60s and ’70s will be doing it all over again when they embark on huge tours this year.

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Announce North American Tour

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss will hit the road again this year, performing in two dozen North American cities. The spring and summer tour will begin on April 25 in Shreveport, La., and wrap on July 5 with their only Canadian date in Toronto.

They will perform music from their most recent collaborative album, 2021's T Bone Burnett-produced  Raise the Roof , as well as 2007's Grammy-winning  Raising Sand .

You can see a list of tour dates below. General on-sale for most shows will start on Feb. 3.

The duo's March 2 performance at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater is set for worldwide streaming on March 16. Ticket purchasers will be able to re-watch the stream for 48 hours. More information and tickets for both the tour and the stream can be found on Plant and Krauss'  website .

The artists  toured the U.S. last year, while Plant also performed a series of concerts in the U.K. with his band Saving Grace. In December, Plant revealed that he's open to making  another album with Krauss. "I could be sort of far too serious about myself and sit in my dressing room with a star on the door, but that’s not why I do this," he told  Billboard . "I do this because I only work with people who've got a big heart, and this is it. So it's never dull. But if it's dull, I'm not sticking around anyway."

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Raising the Roof Tour 2023 April 25 - Shreveport, LA @ Shreveport Municipal Auditorium April 26 - The Woodlands, TX @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion April 29 - Pelham, AL @ Oak Mountain Amphitheatre April 30 - Huntsville, AL @ The Orion Amphitheater May 2 - Louisville, KY @ The Louisville Palace Theatre May 3 - Huber Heights, OH @ Rose Music Center @ The Heights May 5 - Kansas City, MO @ Starlight Theatre May 9 - Asheville, NC @ ExploreAsheville.com Arena May 10 - Wilmington, NC @ Live Oak Bank Pavilion May 13 - Chattanooga, TN @ Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium May 15 - Charlotte, NC @ Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre May 17 - Portsmouth, VA @ Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion May 18 - Charlottesville, VA @ Ting Pavilion June 14 - Las Vegas, NV @ Pearl Concert Theater June 15 - Tucson, AZ @ Centennial Hall at the University of Arizona June 17 - Taos, NM @ Kit Carson Park June 18 - Telluride, CO @ Telluride Bluegrass Festival June 20 - Bonner, MT @ Kettlehouse Amphitheater June 28 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center June 29 - Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap* July 1 - Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts July 2 - Lenox, MA @ Tanglewood Music Center** July 3 - Portland, ME @ Thompon's Point July 5 - Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage

*On sale 2/17 **On sale 3/9

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Unveil 2023 Tour Dates

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have announced a new run of 2023 tour dates in support of their collaborative album, Raise the Roof .

The latest trek picks up April 25th in Shrevport, Louisiana, sweeping through the south and up the east coast. After a brief break in late May and early June, the Grammy-nominated pair will be back in the western United States, cutting across the midwest before ending in July in the northeast and Toronto, Ontario. Check out the full schedule below.

Tickets go on sale Friday, February 3rd at 10:00 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster , with a Live Nation pre-sale going down one day earlier on Thursday, February 2nd (use access code CHORUS ). Alternatively, tickets will be available via Stubhub .

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss 2023 Tour Dates: 04/25 — Shreveport, LA @ Shreveport Municipal Auditorium 04/26 — The Woodlands, TX @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion 04/29 — Pelham, AL @ Oak Mountain Amphitheatre 04/30 — Huntsville, AL @ The Orion Amphitheater 05/02 — Louisville, KY @ The Louisville Palace Theatre 05/03 — Huber Heights @ OH, Rose Music Center @ The Heights 05/05 — Kansas City, MO @ Starlight Theatre 05/09 — Asheville, NC @ ExploreAsheville.com Arena 05/10 — Wilmington, NC @ Live Oak Bank Pavilion 05/13 — Chattanooga, TN @ Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium 05/15 — Charlotte, NC @ Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre 05/17 — Portsmouth, VA @ Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion 05/18 — Charlottesville, VA @ Ting Pavilion 06/14 — Las Vegas, NV, @ Pearl Concert Theater 06/15 –Tucson, AZ @ Centennial Hall at University of Arizona 06/17 — Taos, NM @ Kit Carson Park 06/18 — Telluride, CO @ Telluride Bluegrass Festival 06/20 — Bonner, MT @ Kettlehouse Amphitheater 06/28 — Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center 06/29 — Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap 07/01 — Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 07/02 — Lenox, MA @ Tanglewood Music Center 07/03 — Portland, ME @ Thompon’s Point 07/05 — Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss aren’t ready to stop singing together just yet. “We’ve been doing this on and off since 2007,” says Krauss, “and it’s just gotten better every time we’ve gotten together.” So after touring for the past two years behind their second collaborative album, 2021’s Raise the Roof , they’re adding 28 tour dates this year, beginning in June. Krauss and Plant gave Rolling Stone for their only interview about the new tour, explaining why they just can’t quit each other, discussing future plans, breaking down their set list, and much more. Some highlights follow, and you can hear the entire conversation on the latest episode of our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast — go  here  for the podcast provider of your choice, listen on  Apple Podcasts  or  Spotify , or just press play below.

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Alison Krauss:  It’s felt great. I’m really glad that we’ve been able to revisit this as many times as we have. The band has more room, and I get a little more consistency with what’s happening when it’s time for me to jump in and sing harmony. And I thought, “Oh, it’ll be too long in between …” But it’s amazing how quickly the months go by before we go out again. I’m really looking forward to doing it again.

Alison, when you mentioned a little more consistency, I know that was always kind of an issue. Robert sings with a lot of freedom and improvisation, so it was always a challenge to harmonize. How are those things changing to make it easier? Krauss: Oh, I don’t know if they’re changing [laughs] . It’s just that I can catch a little bit more of his phrasing when he looks my way.  He’s always very funny, because he’s like, “Don’t worry about it!” He goes, “It’s the same. It’s the same every time.” And i’m like, “It’s never the same!” So, you know, I gotta hang on for dear life.

Plant: I don’t notice any of that!

Of course not. Krauss: [Laughs] He doesn’t notice.

I’ve learned a lot, and those moments are hair-raising. It’s great to be learning and be contrite and humble and come into your dressing room bowing and saying “Can you just explain the last harmony to me again?”

Krauss: It’s not quite like that!

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What have the two of you both been up to since July, when the last dates ended? Krauss: I’ve been in the studio recording. And that’s a tedious process. Plant: I’ve got a group of friends that I play with over here a little bit from time to time. I’ve also been going through all that stuff that I never released and never quite got finished. And getting excited about it. Going, “Wow. What am I going to do with that?” It’s the idioms, the visitation, the places that I’ve been musically which were not complete are just mind-boggling, and they’re a little bit overwhelming.

Are you writing new songs as well, Robert? Plant: I’ve got a Tascam digital recorder, and I sing, and I put the vocals through a guitar pedal, and then I record them on that over there, and it sounds great. Why bother to go to the studio? But I can’t find words. This is a very difficult time to try and wax lyrical out there.

I love that. Alison, in your genre, it’s taken for granted that people will stay onstage until, basically, they can’t stand up anymore, even beyond. You’re quite young still, but I’m sure that you’ve always taken it for granted that you’re going to be doing this if you can when you’re 80 or 90. Krauss: You never know how you’re going to feel, and you never know when you’re going to feel different. With this music, I think so many people started so young, and they toured so much. It’s all they knew. It’s hard to say, what I’m going to feel when when I get older. 

Robert, there’s people of your generation retiring. Do you think about retirement? You seem to love being on the road, so do you want to just push it as long as you can push it? Plant: The camaraderie, the things that you share up there, and the frailties that you know you’re carrying with you quietly, the exposure of yourself to yourself, is something that I would hate to say goodbye to. I can’t just sit back. Out there in the real world, people say to me, “What about the book?” And I say, “Are you kidding? What? This is spectacular. Why think about it twice?” This is today. What happened in Schenectady in 1969 is another story. And for me, the continuum must keep going. Today, I was pulling all my lyric books out and going, “Gotta get the groove back. I’ve got something to say.” So yeah, I’m going to keep going — as long as they’ve got effects machines that make me sound good [laughs] . Well, it worked for Elvis! Listen to the compression on his voice on some of those big ballads in ’57.  

Robert, you sang “Stairway to Heaven” for the first time in many years at a charity event last year. What did that feel like? Plant: It was cathartic. People go, “Oh, that’s good. He never was going to do that.” But I didn’t really do it! I just blurted it out. ‘Cause it’s such an important song to me for where I was at the time and where I was with Jimmy and with John and Bonzo. So on that night, it was what it was. It was a trial by fire, but I felt better at the end than at the beginning. 

Finally, you have these 30 or so dates, and you have your own careers. What are your hopes for the future of this collaboration? Plant: I really hope that we pull a cat out of the bag again.  

Krauss: We have had such a great time making those records and touring that I’d love to see it happen again, too. I feel like we’ve made something new when we recorded together. The whole thing has been a surprise for me. And I know it was for Robert too, although he seems to have more bravery in this department. 

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Robert Plant, Alison Krauss Reveal ‘Can’t Let Go’ Tour 

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss are joining forces for a two-month run across North America this summer.

The “Can’t Let Go Tour” is set to kick-off in Tulsa on June 2, followed by gigs in Madison, Toledo, Vancouver, Eugene, and Santa Fe. They’ll appear at Des Moines’ Lauridsen Amphitheater at Waterworks Park, KettleHouse Amphitheater in Missoula, and the Sunset Amphitheater in Colorado Springs before wrapping-up at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail on September 1. JD McPhersey will provide support.

Throughout the run, the “Big Log” and “The Whiskey Lullaby” singers will be joined by guiatrist JD McPherson, drummer Jay Bellerose, bassist Dennis Crouch, string player Stuart Duncan and Viktor Krauss (Alison’s brother) on keys and guitar. Fans can expect to hear Plant and Krauss’  two collaborative releases — 2007’s Raising Sand  and 2021’s  Raise the Roof — as well as reimagined Led Zeppelin classics.

Krauss last released Windy City , while Plant dropped Carry Fire the same year.

Fans can score tickets to the “Don’t Let Go Tour” via Krauss and Plant’s official website . Tickets are also available via secondary ticketing sites like MEGASeats (use code TICKETNEWS for 10% off your order), StubHub , or Ticket Club , where readers can obtain a free membership and avoid service fees with the code TICKETNEWS.

See the pair’s full list of upcoming tour dates below:

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June 2- Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom June 4 – Camdenton, MO @ Ozarks Amphitheater June 5 – Lincoln, NE @ Pinewood Bowl Theater June 7 – Prior Lake, MN @ Mystic Lake Amphitheater June 8 – Madison, WI @ Breese Stevens Field June 11 – Des Moines, IA @ Lauridsen Amphitheater at Waterworks Park June 12 – Highland Park, IL @ Ravinia Festival June 14 – Toledo, OH @ Toledo Zoo & Aquarium – Amphitheater June 15 – Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake June 18 – Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap June 19 – Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap Aug. 8 – Missoula, MT @ KettleHouse Amphitheater Aug. 9 – Missoula, MT @ KettleHouse Amphitheater Aug. 11 – Edmonton, AB @ Edmonton Folk Music Festival Aug. 13 – Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre Aug. 14 – Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre Aug. 16 – Seattle, WA @ Venue TBD Aug. 17 – Seattle, WA @ Venue TBD Aug. 19 – Eugene, OR @ The Cuthbert Amphitheater Aug. 21 – Murphy’s, CA @ Ironstone Amphitheatre Aug. 22 – Stanford, CA @ Frost Amphitheater Aug. 24 – Paso Robles, CA @ Vina Robles Amphitheatre Aug. 25 – Highland, CA @ Yaamava’ Theater Aug. 26 – Flagstaff, AZ @ Pepsi Amphitheater Aug. 28 – Santa Fe, NM @ The Santa Fe Opera Aug. 29 – Santa Fe, NM @ The Santa Fe Opera Aug. 31 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunset Amphitheater Sept. 1 – Vail, CO @ Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

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Robert Plant, (August 20th, 1948), is a British singer/songwriter, best known for his work as the lead vocalist and lyricist for the rock band Led Zeppelin.

Born in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, Plant was renowned for his trademark high pitched falsetto vocals, which lead to him being adorned with the title of the ‘greatest singer of rock’ time and time again. In a Poll carried out by Planet Rock, Plant came out on top for the greatest rock vocalist, and the title stuck. Throughout his career, the musician has had significant influence on great musicians, including Freddie Murcury. Additionally, in 2011 he was awarded the 1st place nomination for the greatest lead singer of all time from Rolling Stone Magazine for his time in Led Zeppelin.

As well as releasing countless albums with Led Zeppelin, Plant has 10 studio albums to his name, 8 of which have achieved either a gold or silver status. Plant’s talent as a multi-instrumentalist has helped tremendously in his composition over the years, playing harmonica, guitar, bass, and drums.

After leaving home at the age of 16 to pursue his music career, Plant became a member of the English Midlands blues scene, and his early work was heavily influenced by the genre. Jimmy Page approached Plant after hearing about him through contacts in the circuit and was astounded that he’d not been snapped up by labels previously, and they immediately began collaborating, ultimately forming Led Zeppelin.

During the production of Presence in the mid 70s, Plant was injured in car accident on holiday with his wife, which lead to a delayed release, and several cancelled tour dates. Renowned for his onstage banter and narratives of the origins of his songs, his lyrics were influenced by a variety of sources, from Tolkien, to the untimely death of his son, catalysing his mystical and spiritual lyrics.

After the disbanding of Led Zeppelin in the 80s, Plant’s solo career took off to much success, with all of his albums being extremely well received. As well as solo tours, he also collaborated further with Page, and they produced several records and performed shows together.

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Most rock performers that gain huge celebrity status in their early career tend to stick to the same formula whether or not they can pull it off or not, but Robert Plant is unlike these performers. Robert Plant knows he is aging and he has shifted his musical compositions into forms that he handles impeccably well. Other singers often do not have the nerve to shift their style of performance as they grow older, but musicians such as Tom Waits and Robert Plant know how to move with the times and end up venturing into new territories that see them producing the highest quality of music.

Robert Plant’s most recent concerts are a complete joy to see live. His shows contain a sense of maturity to them. He does not participate in the high-pitched shrieks and yells that he so masterfully produced in classic Led Zeppelin recordings, but his style has changed to the tune of more traditional folk standards, singing like an old soul with an angelic voice. It should not be a surprise that Robert Plant’s new style encompasses the ranges of traditional folk music. Robert Plant has been a fan of traditional folk standards since the early days of Led Zeppelin. The album, Led Zeppelin III, contains the folk standard, “Gallows Pole”, which Robert Plant frequently puts on his recent setlists. Robert Plant also performs other classic Led Zeppelin songs from his setlist such as “Tangerine” and a slow-downed, bluegrass rendition of “Black Dog”.

Robert Plant also tours with very skilled backing musicians. He has previously toured with the phenomenal bluegrass singer, Alison Krauss, who adds rich layers to Robert Plant’s songs by harmonizing in perfect pitch with him. Robert Plant has also brought other talented bands such as Band of Joy and Sensational Space Shifters with him on tour to perform new songs as well as some of our favorite Led Zeppelin tunes. Robert Plant is one of the most well respected singers still out there performing. Rolling Stone magazine has included him on the list of “100 Greatest Singers of All Time” and he has also been nominated for numerous Grammy awards. If you get a chance to see him live, Robert Plant will prove to you how his style has matured with him for the better and why he is one of the best singers still performing.

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Robert Plant at the Roundhouse 12th Nov 2014 The two Support acts were good too! Nugent & Belle, The Last Internationale. By the time Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters came on it was packed, unsurprisingly for someone like Robert in a place the size of the Roundhouse. It was a great intimate gig, slightly marred by the overcrowding and the idiot in front of me who was threatening to cannon into everyone around him. Robert Plant seems to grow & mature all the time and now covers many genres, so we were treated to a mix of familiar and new - all of which worked well. There were 4 "official" LZ songs and 4 others that shared the same roots as other LZ songs - but whilst the band could rock as much as LZ, they were free to play and re-interpret which freshened all the songs. I loved the oldies and the new versions but for me it was some of the "new" numbers such as Little Maggie, Embrace Another Fall and A Stolen Kiss that were the real standout numbers. It would be great if they put out a live album - I felt the latter two worked so much better live than on the album. I'd love to see LZ live again, but if I had to choose between that and the continuing adventure of a fascinating and stimulating singer and his new band - I'd go with the Space Shifters.

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I went to see Robert Plant and his new band the Space Shifters in Hollywood last month. The year 2014. My expectations were low. The "It's only a ruma" was that the band would play 4 or 5 Zeppelin songs, but very low key, very slow, and almost so stripped down, you would not actually be able to tell they were once part of "The Led Zeppelin" arsenal. The first song was, slow, stripped down and sort of sounded like it had a tad of Zep in it. Then things picked up, and grew, and there it was, live and in full color, "No Quarter" A very Led Zeppelin song, and without any holding back. Holy crap. There was also "Ramble On" and "Gong to California" all played with full strength, no holding back, Led Zeppelin goodness. Before each Zep song, Robert Plant would say "Do you want to hear another folk song" The new music was equally surprising. Robert Plant and the Space Shifters are an evolved "Led Zeppelin" type of band. This was a stunning night, and it was one of "Those" nights. Music history was made. Holy cow am I glad I made it to this show. And I am glad I did not eat any edibles, and have to take a cab home before the show started, like what happened the last time I tried to see Robert Plant.

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Robert Plant & The Sensational Spaceshifters - wow - they were fantastic last night at The Roundhouse. Took me back to my "hippie" youth, especially when he was singing Led Zeppelin songs, like Whole Lotta Love, albeit newer versions, which were, in my opinion, equally as good as before.

I love the new music from The Ceaseless Roar album, and the band of musicians are of the highest quality and have been getting great reception from audiences on their current tour and also at festivals this year. Their sound is unique and the whole band look like they are really enjoying entertaining the audience and playing music that they love.

Robert Plant may have been around for a long time but that doesn't mean his voice has deteriorated. His humour is a little wicked but more articulate than some bands who just expect the audience to join in all the time and shout "Hello (fill in the blank with the relevant town!). OK, so he momentarily forgot the words of an old song, but not the tune.

I've waited a while to see him again. I hope the wait isn't as long next time.

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Having last seen Robert Plant (with his Band of Joy) at The Sage Gateshead, I was looking forward to seeing him perform songs from his new album with the Sensational Space Shifters. Unlike The Sage gig, Robert seemed really up for it tonight and the laid back folksy feel of the last gig made way for a heavier, harder rocking concert that Robert, his bandmates and most definitely the crowd lapped up and enjoyed. Robert's voice was as strong as ever. Despite a few sound problems for one of the guitarists, the sound quality was better than usual for the O2 Academy and the venue was much more appropriate for the hard rocking list of songs that RP and his mates performed. A good mix of songs from an extensive catalogue made sure that everyone, old and new, left the gig smiling and happy. Everyone I talked to or overheard were saying just what a great gig it was and I just have to agree. One of the highlights of the year for me (and I gig extensively).

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I first saw TO with Zeppelin in '72 & many times before Knebworth in '79.

Since then I have had the great enjoyment to see him with various back ups ....but over the last few years with his current system, he has BLOWN my mind away in proving he has to be one of greatest icons of rock music!

A TOTAL STUNNING display of talent, amazing vocals and SUPERB back up. - each gig rotates different Zep tracks - in a GREAT style added to some amazing new material ..

DO NOT MISS THIS!!!

(Oh what an interview a volunteer Jock on local community radio for years would love ...but that is NOT the reason for my comments and FANTASTIC ADMIRATION of a TRULY fantastic gig.....

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I was lucky enough to see Robert Plant in bend Oregon on 10-3-19. It was one of the best concerts that I have ever been to. The venue is small and it was outside next to a river. My seats were 4 rows from the stage so I could see and hear him perfectly. What a night and what a performer. He still is as charming as ever and his voice is still as clear and a joy to listen to. He played an array of Zeppelin songs as well as carry fire songs too. I traveled 12 hours by car to attend this concert and it was well worth it

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The day started off rough with rain all day. Then all the tickets had to be picked up at will call window which created a mess. After standing in the rain for 2 hours to get in, it didn’t matter - Robert Plant tore the venue up with his great singing and even did a lot of Led Zeppelin songs! What a fabulous band he had accompanying him! Awesome singer & band!

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Venue was great. Robert Plant and Alison Kraus were absolutely magical. What an amazing evening. I had a flight to the Carolina's.. Just to see this performance.. Previously purchased second row tickets. AMAZING... How beautiful the voice collaboration of the two.. Did not want the night to end.. Can not wait until the next adventure...

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Venue was great. Fantastic show! Roberts voice was superb! He sang songs I didn’t expect to hear, hitting all the notes!

His band was also fantastic! Very talented group of guys. I’m still amazed! I’ve waited 40 years to see Robert and I’m thoroughly pleased. Thank you so much. Rock on...

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Announce North American Tour Dates

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have announced a spring and summer tour of North America. The concerts begin in June and stretch into September. See the duo’s tour dates below.

JD McPherson will open for Plant and Krauss. He’ll also join the musicians’ band to play lead guitar alongside drummer Jay Bellerose, bassist Dennis Crouch, string player Stuart Duncan, and keyboardist and guitarist Viktor Krauss.

In 2021, Plant and Krauss released their second collaborative album, Raise the Roof . The artists first connected in 2007 for Raising Sand . Both albums were produced by T Bone Burnett.

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The most incredible collaboration of 2022 is now extending toward 2023! Rock legend Robert Plant and acclaimed bluegrass artist Alison Krauss will make their phenomenal return this spring! This fantastic tandem will extend the highly acclaimed Raising the Roof tour with 26 dates across select cities! On Saturday, 29th April 2023, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss will stop by the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham, Alabama! The duo is set to perform their greatest hits from their award-winning albums Raising Sand and Raise the Roof! Hurry and score tickets now to catch Robert Plant and Alison Krauss as they deliver their exhilarating show at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre!

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Award-winning singer Robert Plant is best known as the frontman and lyricist of the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin. He released several platinum-selling albums with the band and sold over 300 million copies. Plant also earned numerous accolades, including the prestigious induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 1982, Plant pursued his solo career and released his debut album, Pictures at Eleven. By 2007, he started working with Alison Krauss. The same year, they released their first collaborative album, Raising Sand, peaking at number 2 on the Billboard 200 and dominating the Top Rock Albums. The highly-acclaimed effort, which spawned hits like “Please Read the Letter” and “Rich Woman,” went platinum in several countries, including the U.S. Moreover, Raising Sand later won Album of the Year at the 2009 Grammy Awards and Americana Music & Honors Awards.

After the stellar debut of their collaboration, Plant and Krauss released another critically acclaimed effort, Raise the Roof. The record features the Grammy-nominated hit “Can’t Let Go,” which performed well on the charts, peaking at number 7 on the Billboard 200 and topping the Independent charts. The album was later nominated for three categories at the 65th annual Grammy Awards.

Grab tickets now and experience this amazing live performance featuring Robert Plant and Alison Krauss as they light up the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre on Saturday, 29th April 2023!

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ROBERT PLANT's SAVING GRACE Announces November 2023 U.K. Tour; New Song 'As I Roved Out' Available To Ticket Buyers

Robert Plant 's SAVING GRACE , the co-operative featuring Suzi Dian (vocals), Oli Jefferson (percussion), Tony Kelsey (mandolin, baritone, acoustic guitar),and Matt Worley (banjo, acoustic, baritone guitars, cuatro),has announced a full U.K. tour in November 2023. Starting in Brighton on Wednesday, November 1, SAVING GRACE will tour some of the U.K.'s most striking theaters.

Since forming in 2019, SAVING GRACE has received numerous acclaims for its live shows, with Bob Harris describing it as "one of the best gigs I've seen in years" and Toni Woodward of Americana UK providing a perfect summary: "These five musicians have produced a supreme ninety minutes of music with considered interpretations of others' compositions, ensuring they present an innovative exploration of the songs whilst maintaining their true essence. Furthermore, this odyssey has been undertaken in the spirit of appreciation, musicianship, and exultation: they truly are a band of joy!"

Following their incredible live shows, SAVING GRACE have just announced their first-ever track release — "As I Roved Out" . As a thank you to ticket buyers for the upcoming tour, fans will receive an exclusive free download link to the track on their ticket confirmation upon purchase.

In an interview with "The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show" on BBC Radio 2 back in 2021, Plant was asked whether he will release an album with SAVING GRACE or potentially a live recording with the band. " SAVING GRACE is a bunch of friends back from on the Welsh borders, Worcestershire, and we do shows, very discreet, undercover shows," Plant said. "It's a beautiful sound, a magnificent sound and it's delicately tiptoeing its way to one day being yet another thing that we mustn't know or talk about … so yes."

Joining the tour as special guest will be singer, songwriter and musician Taylor McCall . The South Carolina native began his musical journey at age seven after finding his grandfather's guitar that was stashed under the bed. Taylor dove headfirst into mastering the instrument, completely self-taught. At 17, the songs that he put together for his debut EPs were testament to his talent as both musician and songwriter: with captivating tracks "Jericho Rose" , "Quartermaster" and "Waccamaw Drive" garnering his 26 million plays to date in his top 10.

Appropriately, it's his grandfather's voice that opens Taylor 's striking debut album, "Black Powder Soul" , which was released in 2021. Produced by Sean McConnell ( Michael Franti , Wade Bowen ), "Black Powder Soul" is the product of a winding musical journey for McCall and his own sense of unique musicianship-incorporating self-taught styles.

Tour dates:

Nov. 01 - Brighton Dome - Brighton, UK Nov. 02 - G Live - Guildford, UK Nov. 05 - Symphony Hall - Birmingham, UK Nov. 07 - Bournemouth Pavilion - Bournemouth, UK Nov. 08 - David's Hall - Cardiff, UK Nov. 11 - Lyric Theatre - The Lowry - Salford, UK Nov. 13 - New Theatre - Oxford, UK Nov. 16 - The Anvil - Basingstoke, UK Nov. 17 - Corn Exchange - Cambridge, UK Nov. 19 - Grimsby Auditorium - Grimsby, UK Nov. 20 - Sage Gateshead, Sage One - Gateshead, UK Nov. 22 - St George's Hall - Bradford, UK Nov. 23 - Victoria Hall - Stoke-On-Trent, UK

Robert Plant Presents Saving Grace featuring Suzi Dian, UK Tour for November 2023 with special guest Taylor McCall. Tickets go on sale 10am on Friday 18th August at https://gigst.rs/rpsg Posted by Robert Plant on  Tuesday, August 15, 2023

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Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Return With Can't Let Go Tour 2024: See the Dates

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss are returning to the road, two years after their Raise the Roof tour, for nearly 30 headline dates and counting. Beginning June 2 with a centennial celebration for the legendary Cain's Ballroom, the Can't Let Go Tour will see Plant, Krauss bring spellbinding vocal performances and uncanny arrangements to amphitheaters, pavilions, opera houses and other historic venues. With additional stops to still be revealed, dozens of cities will have the opportunity to experience the live show.

Tickets for Robert Plant & Alison Krauss' Can't Let Go Tour are on-sale at 10am local time this Friday, Feb 16, following a series of pre-sales beginning at 10am local time tomorrow, Feb. 14. Find more information at plantkrauss.com

Dates will feature support from JD McPherson , who also plays lead guitar for Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, alongside an ace ensemble of drummer Jay Bellerose , bassist Dennis Crouch , multi-talented string player Stuart Duncan , and Viktor Krauss on keys and guitar. Drawing from their T Bone Burnett -produced LP Raising Sand and 2021's chart-topping Raise The Roof , Plant and Krauss will deliver a cosmic collision of early blues, country deep cuts, revolutionary folk-rock and lost soul music written by legends and unsung heroes like Merle Haggard, Allen Toussaint, The Everly Brothers, Anne Briggs, Geeshie Wiley, Bert Jansch, Ola Belle Reed, Brenda Burns and more, as well as reimagined renditions of Led Zeppelin cuts like "The Battle of Evermore," "Rock & Roll," "When The Levee Breaks" and other surprises in store.

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss want to give fans, not scalpers, the best chance to buy tickets at face value. To make this possible, if fans purchase tickets for a show through Ticketmaster and can't attend, they'll have the option to resell them to other fans at the original price paid using Ticketmaster's Face Value Exchange. To help protect the Exchange, the artists have also chosen to make tickets for this tour mobile only and restricted from transfer. This applies to all shows ticketed by Ticketmaster. Please note, a valid bank account or debit card within the country of your event is required to sell on the Face Value Exchange.

Can't Let Go Tour 2024

6/2- Tulsa, OK – Cain's Ballroom

6/4 – Camdenton, MO – Ozarks Amphitheater*

6/5 – Lincoln, NE – Pinewood Bowl Theater*

6/7 – Prior Lake, MN – Mystic Lake Amphitheater*

6/8 – Madison, WI – Breese Stevens Field*

6/11 – Des Moines, IA – Lauridsen Amphitheater at Waterworks Park*

6/12 – Highland Park, IL – Ravinia Festival*#

6/14 – Toledo, OH – Toledo Zoo & Aquarium – Amphitheater*

6/15 – Burgettstown, PA – The Pavilion at Star Lake*

6/18 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap*

6/19 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap*

8/8 – Missoula, MT – KettleHouse Amphitheater*

8/9 – Missoula, MT – KettleHouse Amphitheater*

8/11 – Edmonton, AB – Edmonton Folk Music Festival!

8/13 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre*

8/14 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre*

8/16 – Seattle, WA – Venue TBD*^

8/17 – Seattle, WA – Venue TBD*^

8/19 – Eugene, OR – The Cuthbert Amphitheater*

8/21 – Murphy's, CA – Ironstone Amphitheatre* 

8/22 – Stanford, CA – Frost Amphitheater*

8/24 – Paso Robles, CA – Vina Robles Amphitheatre*

8/25 – Highland, CA – Yaamava' Theater*

8/26 – Flagstaff, AZ – Pepsi Amphitheater*

8/28 – Santa Fe, NM – The Santa Fe Opera*

8/29 – Santa Fe, NM – The Santa Fe Opera*

8/31 – Colorado Springs, CO – Sunset Amphitheater*

9/1 – Vail, CO – Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater*

*w/ JD McPherson

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The latest unofficial led zeppelin news and rumours., robert plant will tour italy with saving grace.

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Posted By: ledzepnews 24th March 2023

Robert Plant will once again tour with his band Saving Grace, this time across Italy in August and September 2023.

Saving Grace band member Suzi Dian confirmed the upcoming tour on Facebook on March 24 , sharing the announcement that she and Plant will play seven shows in the country this year.

Plant last toured with Saving Grace in October and November 2022 when they played in Ireland and Scotland . The band has recorded its debut album although no announcement has been made so far of its release.

Tickets for the new tour will go on sale at 12pm Italian time on March 27 through this website .

Plant’s upcoming Italian tour with Saving Grace will follow his US and Canada tour with Alison Krauss that is scheduled to take place from April to July .

Here are the current planned tour dates for Saving Grace in Italy:

  • August 26 – Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy
  • August 28 – Macerata, Italy
  • August 30 – Taormina, Sicily, Italy
  • September 1 – Locus Festival, Bari, Italy
  • September 3 – Ostia, Italy
  • September 5 – Milan, Italy
  • September 6 – Vicenza in Festival, Vicenza, Italy

Saving Grace has been recording an album

Saving Grace is clearly an important project for Plant,  with the band’s debut album on the way . Plant said on stage last year that the band had been recording in Steve Winwood’s studio in England.

LedZepNews revealed in 2021 that a British business owned by Plant secured trademarks for “Saving Grace” across Europe and the US in order to block anyone else from using that band name to release music or merchandise.

Plant has never taken out trademarks for his solo projects before, making this an unusual step that could indicate longterm interest in the Saving Grace project.

On January 23, 2020, lawyers representing a London company named Trolcharm Limited filed applications in Europe and the US to trademark “Saving Grace”.

Plant owns more than 75% of Trolcharm Limited,  according to Companies House filings in the UK . His three surviving children are directors of the business along with Plant.

The business owns the copyright to much of Plant’s solo career and is frequently credited in the liner notes of his albums, including “Raise The Roof.”

The trademark applications, which were all eventually approved, include the following fields:

▪ Audio and video recordings including digital downloads and CDs

▪ Live music footage

▪ Posters, stickers and magazines

▪ Bags, wallets, umbrellas and luggage

▪ Clothing including footwear and headgear

Taking out trademarks for his musical projects is a rarity for Plant. He hasn’t applied to trademark the names of his previous solo bands Strange Sensation, the Band of Joy or the Sensational Space Shifters.

Plant hasn’t trademarked his own name, either, unlike Jimmy Page who does own trademarks to protect his personal brand including his name, his autograph and the word “ZOSO.”

The Saving Grace filings are the only trademark applications ever filed by Trolcharm Limited or any other business used by Plant to run his solo career.

The presence of trademark filings don’t always mean that the trademark holder will actually launch the product or service they have the trademarks for.

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The Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant will be on the road again in 2024 with Alison Krauss, with whom he already recorded two studio albums: “Raising Sand” (2007) and “Raise The Roof” (2021). Called “Can’t Let Go Tour”, the duo will perform across the United States and Canada next June, August and September.

It is expected that setlists will be similar to the ones from previous tours, covering the material that they wrote together, solo songs from both artists and covers, including Led Zeppelin . JD McPherson will be the opening act on selected dates.

  • 2 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
  • 4 – Camdenton, MO – Ozarks Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 5 – Lincoln, NE – Pinewood Bowl Theater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 7 – Prior Lake, MN – Mystic Lake Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 8 – Madison, WI – Breese Stevens Field (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 11 – Des Moines, IA – Lauridsen Amphitheater at Waterworks Park*
  • 12 – Highland Park, IL – Ravinia Festival (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 14 – Toledo, OH – Toledo Zoo & Aquarium – Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 15 – Burgettstown, PA – The Pavilion at Star Lake (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 18 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 19 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 8 – Missoula, MT – KettleHouse Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 9 – Missoula, MT – KettleHouse Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 11 – Edmonton, AB – Edmonton Folk Music Festival
  • 13 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 14 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 16 – Seattle, WA – Venue to be announced (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 17 – Seattle, WA – Venue to be announced (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 19 – Eugene, OR – The Cuthbert Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 21 – Murphy’s, CA – Ironstone Amphitheatre (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 22 – Stanford, CA – Frost Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 24 – Paso Robles, CA – Vina Robles Amphitheatre (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 25 – Highland, CA – Yaamava’ Theater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 26 – Flagstaff, AZ – Pepsi Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 28 – Santa Fe, NM – The Santa Fe Opera (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 29 – Santa Fe, NM – The Santa Fe Opera (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 31 – Colorado Springs, CO – Sunset Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)
  • 1 – Vail, CO – Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater (JD McPherson as opening act)

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Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Raise The Roof Tour 2024: How to Buy Tickets

by Branson Knowles February 21, 2024, 5:56 pm

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss have just announced the Raise The Roof Tour , taking to the road in celebration of their 2021 hit album of the same name. The duo will take centerstage at ballrooms and amphitheaters across America this summer, performing a mixture of their own songs and covers selected from the Americana canon. 

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They’ll be starting their tour at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa this June before wrapping up their joint venture in September at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail. JD McPherson will be reprising his role as the opener for the tour as well, and we can’t wait to hear the “Mother of Lies” singer live.

If you want to see Alison Krauss and Robert Plant live on their latest tour, tickets are available now through StubHub where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand. 

Krauss and Plant have an amazing chemistry that not many other duos in music share. They’ve worked together on other projects outside of their Raise The Roof album, including their album Raising Sand which won the pair an astounding 6 Grammy Awards in total.

Both performers are stars in their own right. Alison Krauss released her first album when she was just 16 and hasn’t looked back since. Some of her most popular hits include chart-toppers like “Little Liza Jane,” “Same Old Train,” and of course “Baby, Now That I’ve Found You”.

Robert Plant, who needs no introduction as the former lead singer of Led Zeppelin, is a major headliner in his own right as well, and the fact that he’s going on tour with another great performer gives fans a unique chance to see two great acts in one night. 

Tickets for Krauss and Plant’s last tour sold quickly and this tour looks set to do the same. If you’re interested in seeing the pair perform live, you can get official tickets directly through StubHub or by clicking here .

Alison Krauss and Robert Plant Raise The Roof 2024 Tour Dates

06/02 – Tulsa. Oklahoma – Cain’s Ballroom

06/04 – Camdenton, Missouri – Ozarks Amphitheater

06/05 – Lincoln, Nebraska – Pinewood Bowl Theater

06/07 – Prior Lake, Minnesota – Mystic Lake Amphitheater

06/08 – Madison, Wisconsin – Breese Stevens Field

06/11 – Des Moines, Iowa – Lauridsen Amphitheater at Water Works Park

06/12 – Highland Park, Illinois – Ravinia Festival

06/14 – Toledo, Ohio – Toledo Zoo & Aquarium Amphitheater

06/15 – Burgettstown, Pennsylvania – The Pavilion at Star Lake

06/18 – Vienna, Virginia – Wolf Trap

06/19 – Vienna, Virginia – Wolf Trap

08/08 – Missoula, Montana – KettleHouse Amphitheater

08/09 – Missoula, Montana – KettleHouse Amphitheater

08/11 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – Edmonton Folk Music Festival

08/13 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – Queen Elizabeth Theatre

08/14 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – Queen Elizabeth Theatre

08/16 – Seattle, Washington – Venue TBA

08/17 – Seattle, Washington – Venue TBA

08/19 – Eugene, Oregon – The Cuthbert Amphitheater

08/21 – Murphys, California – Ironstone Amphitheater

08/22 – Stanford, California – Frost Amphitheater

08/24 – Paso Robles, California – Vina Robles Amphitheatre

08/25 – Highland, California – Yaamava’ Theater

08/26 – Flagstaff, Arizona – Pepsi Amphitheater

08/28 – Santa Fe, New México – The Santa Fe Opera

08/29 – Santa Fe, New México – The Santa Fe Opera

08/31 – Colorado Springs, Colorado – Sunset Amphitheater

09/01 – Vail, Colorado – Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

When do tickets for Alison Krauss and Robert Plant’s 2024 Tour go on sale?

Tickets for all of Alison Krauss and Robert Plant’s shows are on sale now.

Where can I purchase official tickets to the Alison Krauss and Robert Plant Raise The Roof Tour?

You can buy official tickets to see Alison Krauss and Robert Plant’s tour directly through StubHub .

Are there any presale codes or early access opportunities for the Alison Krauss and Robert Plant 2024 Raise The Roof Tour?

No, there aren’t any presale codes or early access opportunities for the Alison Krauss and Robert Plant tour as all tickets are already on sale.

How much do Alison Krauss and Robert Plant tickets cost? Are there different pricing tiers?

Tickets come in different pricing tiers depending on how close you sit to the stage, what concert venue you choose to attend, and what comes with the price of a ticket. Check StubHub for specifics on pricing no matter where you choose to attend.

Is there a limit to how many tickets I can buy?

Yes, StubHub currently has a limit of 12 tickets per transaction. If you want to buy more tickets than that, you may be able to do so in a separate transaction. 

What’s the difference between VIP tickets and regular tickets?

VIP tickets usually come with a wide range of added benefits, sometimes including an exclusive entrance into the stadium/arena, a line-free merchandise shopping experience, free food or drinks, and front-row seating. 

Regular tickets usually just cover the cost of admission and guarantee your seat.

Are there any meet-and-greet or backstage pass opportunities for the Alison Krauss and Robert Plant Raise The Roof 2024 tour?

It doesn’t look like Alison Krauss and Robert Kraft are offering backstage passes or meet-and-greet opportunities for their latest tour. Check back later for more information.

What are the Alison Krauss and Robert Plant 2024 tour dates and locations?

While we’ve listed all of Alison Krauss and Robert Kraft’s latest shows for their 2024 tour run, they may add another leg to their tour later in the year. Check back later if you don’t currently see a tour date near you.

Is there an age restriction for the Raise The Roof 2024 Tour?

Age restrictions or requirements may vary depending on the venue for the latest Alison Krauss and Robert Plant tour but check with your local concert venue through StubHub for confirmation. 

Can I get a refund or exchange my ticket if I can’t attend?

Ticket refunds and exchanges are subject to the venue’s policy. Please contact the venue directly for more information.his

Can I bring a camera or recording device to Alison Krauss and Robert Plant’s concert dates?

You can bring personal recording equipment like the camera on your phone but you won’t be allowed to bring professional camera equipment or a camera bag.

Will merchandise be available for purchase at the concert?

Yes, Alison Krauss and Robert Plant merchandise should be available for purchase at the concert venue. 

Are there opening acts or special guests for Alison Krauss and Robert Plant’s Raise The Roof Tour?

Alison Krauss and Robert Kraft will be joined by JD McPherson for their 2024 tour. McPherson opened for the duo previously when they toured their Raising Sand album as well. 

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