Personalities | Led Zeppelin | After The Break Up (1981) | Key Events
Never one to be kept away from his passion for long, in the months following John Bonham’s death Robert Plant found himself playing 1950s rock’n’roll and R&B on the Northern club circuit with covers band The Honeydrippers. This stint as an anonymous (to the audience, that is) singer gave Plant the chance to return to his roots outside of the Led Zeppelin experience. Perhaps it even taught him to realize he didn’t need the group to survive, giving him the opportunity to lay the groundwork for his own solo career.
Personalities | Introducing Led Zeppelin
Personalities | Led Zeppelin | After The Break Up (1982) | Key Events
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