Robert Plant’s music is the result of a lifetime striding around the globe, from The Midlands to Morocco, from Nashville to North Wales, and the influences and friends collected along the way can be heard in his songs. In this podcast he'll delve into his back catalogue to revisit a track from this remarkable history to tell stories of inspiration, collaboration and intervention. It’s Robert’s personal road map to an incredible and personal journey that’s ongoing to this very day…
Polly Come Home
We end the series with a cover version that Robert and Alison Krauss made their own on their world-conquering Raising Sand album.
Life Begin Again
It seemed inevitable that Robert Plant and Afro Celt Sound System would end up working together. The only real surprise was why it took till 2001 for Robert and these sonic pioneers to get together. Fortunately, when they did. It was well worth the wait.
This episode of Digging Deep is about two friends who decided to make some music together. It's as simple as that.
House of Cards
More than once on Digging Deep, Robert Plant has chosen songs by artists with whom he’s crossed paths many times over the years and this episode is no exception.
For this episode Robert Plant has chosen a song he recorded with Jimmy Page and Rainer Ptacek in 1997 entitled ‘Rude World’
Bluebirds Over The Mountain
Digging Deep with Robert Plant has returned and the start of Season 4 reunites Robert with Matt Everitt after a long enforced break.
Great podcast this and the blue collar hour podcast are my favorites!!!!!
Excellent for continuing to have these gems.
Sir Robert is very honest and candid. It’s hard not to play them over and over again. Thanks Sir Robert for sharing your insights and thoughts. It’s giving me a chance to know you better.
Love you lots!!! :)!!!
What Elvis was to my parents, Robert Plant is to me as a person, singer and human being. I find myself lost in his eloquence and hanging on his every word. Looking forward to more digging deep chapters.