ROBERT PLANT Performs ELVIS PRESLEY Covers At Ex-Wife's 70th-Birthday Party (Video)

ROBERT PLANT Performs ELVIS PRESLEY Covers At Ex-Wife's 70th-Birthday Party (Video)

LED ZEPPELIN legend Robert Plant performed at the 70th-birthday party for his ex-wife, Maureen Plant, on November 23 at The Fox Inn in Stourton, United Kingdom. Robert joined local band THE HAYRIDERS for three Elvis Presley songs: "One Night With You", "Little Sister" and "A Big Hunk O’ Love".

The Indian-born Maureen was Robert's first wife. They married in 1968 and had three children together. Tragically, his middle child Karac died of a stomach infection at age five during LED ZEPPELIN's 1977 U.S. tour, and later, Plant and John Paul Jones wrote the song "All My Love" in tribute to him.

Plant divorced Maureen in 1983 and entered a relationship with her sister Shirley, with whom he had another child in 1991.

In 1975, Robert and Maureen suffered serious injuries after a car crash in Greece.


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