Plant and krauss dating
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.The Led Zeppelin legend was rumoured to have married the singer in secret in 2013 after setting up home together in Texas and collaborating on a number of projects, but Griffin denied the speculation saying, "We're not legally married, no." However, Plant has now revealed the relationship came to an end, telling Radar magazine he experienced a shift both "culturally and slightly spiritually" and ploughed his heartbreak into his new music. My feelings are very much ones of sadness and regret." The publication reports Plant's song House of Love, from his upcoming album Lullaby and... with Griffin, "She didn't share my penchant for cider and the Black Country character I became after four pints of Thatchers (cider).’ He said, ‘That’s Robert Plant.’ I said, ‘What does he look like now?’ The guy shrugged his shoulders, so I lifted my sunglasses and said, ‘Look!’ It was a lovely moment and we were chortling away like two Laughing Policemen.The tears were rolling down our fat old cheeks.”Plant and I have met at the Hyatt Regency in Birmingham, where the valets know him simply as “Planty”.
The friends are probably Brooklyn-y, is what I’m saying. Regardless of who the friends are, the important thing is that Williams and Foer met, and a romance sprang out of the earth like a goddang kale plant. ) quotes some “insider” familiar with the couple, who says, “I’m not surprised that Michelle is attracted to him.
For more than two decades (Krauss is a music-industry veteran at the ripe old age of 39), Krauss has occupied a strange niche as perhaps the most unknown incredibly successful woman in music.
She has 26 Grammies—the all-time high for a woman—yet is likely best known, if at all, for her contributions (along with bandmate Dan Tyminski) to the multi-platinum, chock-full-o-bluegrass soundtrack to the Coen Brothers' O Brother Where Art Thou.
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.