Did ROBERT PLANT Marry Bandmate PATTY GRIFFIN?

The Pulse Of Radio reports: Has singer Robert Plant married his BAND OF JOY bandmate Patty Griffin? According to Ramble On Radio, rumors have been surfacing from Austin that the LED ZEPPELIN singer and Griffin have been seen around town with wedding rings on their fingers, and that Plant introduced Griffin as his wife on at least one occasion. It's been speculated for months that the two artists have been dating, with one source allegedly catching them making out in a Texas airport last May.

When asked if the two had gotten hitched, a publicist for Plant and Griffin said, "Not to my knowledge."

Plant and the current BAND OF JOY named after his original pre-LED ZEPPELIN group from the Sixties have spent much of 2011 on the road in support of their critically acclaimed self-titled debut, which arrived in September 2010.

Among the ZEPPELIN songs BAND OF JOY have tackled in concert are "Misty Mountain Hop", "In My Time Of Dying", "Nobody's Fault But Mine", "Houses Of The Holy", "Gallows Pole", "Thank You" and "Rock And Roll".

Plant will join THE WHO members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey in Los Angeles on Friday (November 4) for a press conference launching the UCLA Daltrey/Townshend Teen & Young Adult Cancer Program at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. The program is an outgrowth of Britain's Teenage Cancer Trust, which has been Daltrey's patron charity for years and to which THE WHO have donated much of their time and money.

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