Of all the acts playing Electric Picnic this weekend, few have achieved more in the music business than Robert Plant. During their glory days in the 1970s, Zeppelin were arguably the most popular band in the world and went a long way to redefining rock music for years to come. Robert Plant's solo career has been slightly less auspicious, as he has largely ignored the rock n' roll path that brought him such success in the 70's in favour of a more low-key approach, as evidenced in his Grammy Award winning collaboration with Alison Krauss.
That's not to say, however, that that Plant ignores his past as a large portion of his set with The Sensational Space Shifters contains (slightly reworked) versions of Led Zeppelin classics, but what exactly can you expect to witness this weekend? We consulted Setlist.fm to find out more..
Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters average setlist from 2013 is:
Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You *
In the Mood
Tin Pan Valley
Black Dog *
Going to California *
Four Sticks *
Funny in My Mind (I Believe I'm Fixin' to Die)
Fixin' to Die
Whole Lotta Love *
What Is and What Should Never Be *
Rock and Roll *
* denotes Led Zeppelin song