Former LED ZEPPELIN frontman Robert Plant believes that the group did nothing wrong last fall when they licensed the ZEP classic "Rock And Roll" last fall to Cadillac for a TV commercial campaign for a reportedly "ridiculous" amount of money. "I think that's appropriate," Plant told Launch. "I don't know how people view it, but as far as a young generation goes, if you hear that music in as many possible places as you can outside of the normal home for it, then it can only be a good thing."Plant will release Dreamland, his first solo album in nine years, on Tuesday, July 16th. He appears on VH1's Storytellers program at 11 PM ET/PT on Sunday, July 14th and kicks off a North American tour on July 20th at Rock Fest in Cadott, Wisconsin, before hooking up with THE WHO on July 26th at the Tweeter Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts, for a month of opening dates.
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