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“I think the more I sing, the better my voice gets,” says Plant, who recorded with his new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, after road-testing the material — Zeppelin-esque rock, occasionally drawing on Celtic and African influences — for the past couple years.
Most of the other artists who have been at this for 40-plus years seem to have run out of gas.
‘The other day, my ex-wife presented me with a wallet that had been lost since 1967,” says former Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant.
“I pulled out my student bus pass, ripped into shreds almost, and found all these references to where I was when it was last seen, at the age of 19.” At 65, skin-creased, ponytailed and grey-bearded, Plant contemplates the contents in tones of wonder.
That's the question Patty Griffin set forth to answer when recording her seventh solo album, "American Kid," out May 7 on New West Records.
But it carries on, it flickers through, it has its moments.” For a rock superstar, Plant is very easy company, full of energy, laughter, enthusiasm and informal friendliness.
"We get a lot of energy from each other's singing," she notes of their creative back and forth.