Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant recently announced the release date for his new album.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010 08:58 am
Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant recently announced the release date for his new album. Taking its name from a blues band that Plant was in before his Dancing Days with Zeppelin, the album is titled Band Of Joy and will be released internationally on September 13, according to Billboard.biz.
Plant said that he recorded "24 songs in 15 days" for Band Of Joy, which ended up with 12 tracks. "The enthusiasm and rebirth of everybody involved was phenomenal," he said. "It stretched us all."
"Us" likely includes singer-songwriter Patty Griffin, who contributed vocals to the album, and the multi-talented Buddy Miller, who co-produced the release and also plays guitar on it. The album is said to be similar in tone to Plant's 2007 Americana collaboration with Alison Krauss, Raising Sand.
And Plant will take his new Band Of Joy (including Griffin and Miller) on the road this summer for a 12-date July tour that begins in Memphis, TN, and ends in Miami, FL. For more information, visit www.robertplant.com.
Robert Plant, Band Of Joy track list:
01. Angel Dance
02. House Of Cards
03. Central Two-O-Nine
04. Silver Rider
05. You Can't Buy my Love
06. I'm Falling In Love Again
07. The Only Sound That Matters
09. Cindy, I'll Marry You One Day
10. Harms Swift Way
11. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
12. Even This Shall Pass Away
Thanks for the report to Gibson.com.