Robert Plant Original Autograph for sale | Led Zeppelin

£200.00

Authentic Robert Plant Original Autograph for sale from Led Zeppelin. 6×4″ lined page signed in black marker by Robert. Autograph has been authenticated by Beckett Authentication.

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Robert Plant Original Autograph for sale | Led Zeppelin

Authentic Robert Plant Original Autograph for sale from Led Zeppelin. 6×4″ lined page signed in black marker by Robert. Autograph has been authenticated by Beckett Authentication.

 

 

Robert Anthony Plant was born on 20 August 1948, in the Black Country town of West Bromwich, Staffordshire, England, to Robert C. Plant; a qualified civil engineer who worked in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War, and Annie Celia Plant (née Cain), a Romanichal woman. He grew up in Halesowen, Worcestershire.

Led Zeppelin are a popular British band best known for their iconic “Stairway to Heaven” as well as for co-creating the music genre of heavy metal. Since their nine albums recorded between 1968 and 1979; Led Zeppelin has been one of the most popular bands of all time; having sold more than 300 million records and millions of concert tickets worldwide.

Additionally, the quartet conceived at the end of the Hippie love era, in a group marriage of blues; rock and roll, soul, folk ballad, jazz, classical and Eastern music; and something else scattered over some woozy sounds of their songs. It was their mutual artistic style, their group interplay and imagination that incorporated mythology and mysticism; and concocted their style, and established the concept of album-oriented rock career.

Furthermore, Jimmy Page already an experienced lead guitarist who worked with John Paul Jones in 1967, and they agreed to work on the next project. In August 1968 Page invited Robert Plant and John Bonham to join his band; the New Yardbirds, for a September tour in Scandinavia. Also, in October 1968 they took the name Led Zeppelin, which came from a conversation among several musicians about their chances of going down like a lead balloon.