Alison krauss and robert plant dating 2016
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Alison Krauss has been the voice of bluegrass music for more than three decades.
Her angelic voice and humble personality have made her a people favorite for long.
She was invited to join the band with which she still performs, Alison Krauss and Union Station, and later released her first album with them as a group in 1989.
She has released fourteen albums, appeared on numerous soundtracks, and helped renew interest in bluegrass music in the United States.
Krauss said she first became involved with music because "[my] mother tried to find interesting things for me to do" and "wanted to get me involved in music, in addition to art and sports".
Krauss made her recording debut in 1985 on the independent album, Different Strokes, featuring her brother Viktor Krauss, Swamp Weiss and Jim Hoiles.
In July 1999, Alison gave birth to Sam, the first child with her husband Pat.Plant, however, is 60 -- in fantastic shape, and with a full head of the golden ringlets that became his trademark during the 1970s. And while both are dead serious when talking about their craft, the rest of the time, they're like two silly junior high kids -- he, the charming prankster with a secret crush, and she, the beautiful prom queen who pretends not to be amused. " We went into the studio originally saying, "We'll give it three days and see what it's like." Plant: Alison's reputation is 24 karat, and I'm an old rock 'n' roll singer. She knew how she wanted to proceed, and we exchanged a lot of ideas musically. Clearly, they're both having the time of their lives, and are excited about their current musical journey -- which pushes each out of their respective comfort zones and into new territory. Even the band was kind of going, "Oh wow, how is this going to work? And then we both agreed that because we both produced records ourselves, that we needed an intermediary to guide -- somebody to separate us, or to make the journey more clear. With Alison, it's letting go, and with you, Robert, it's kind of containing things. But since they won five Grammy awards -- including album of the year for their surprising collaboration, "Raising Sand" -- their names have been inextricably linked: Robert Plantand Alison Krauss. CNN: Did you have this much fun working with Zeppelin? In fact, both of us can sit there talking about music, and neither of us can recognize the artists we're referring to. I mean, all the rock 'n' roll, and black Mississippi and Chicago stuff that I go raving on about, she's going, "Hmm." Krauss: I didn't grow up on that, yeah. CNN: Your collaboration has worked out so well that you're back in the studio in Nashville, working on a second album together. If they were 20 years old and ran in Hollywood circles, tabloids might be calling them Robekrauss or Aliplant. CNN: Has he made you listen to his music collection?