Led Zeppelin Singer Robert Plant Joins Twitter

Rock legend, Robert Plant, the lead singer of the iconic rock group, Led Zeppelin, has joined the world of social media, and he now possesses a Twitter, Instagram, and Google+ account, whilst he has also updated his website too.

Plant, who probably left this technical assault to the professionals rather than getting his own hands dirty, has already promised and question and answers session with his fans, only 24 hours after opening his Twitter account.

Plant’s Twitter account, @Robert Plant, already has over 25,000 followers, and he has taken to the site like the proverbial duck to water, sending out a hoard of messages to his followers who asked him questions.

The rocker initially warned fans, “RP’s Twitter debut is Wednesday. Ask him anything. He’ll select his top 10 to answer & send send a free download,” before confirming his Twitter skills by launching the hashtag, #AskRP.

He then asked his followers, “Are we rolling? — RP,” before answering their questions. Plant stated that his favorite venue to play in the world is the Filmore West in San Francisco because it’s the “legendary home of [the] most psychedelic bands from [the] West Coast,” before adding that the best moment of his career was the release of his first record.

Plant also confirmed that he wishes he’d written “Hey Joe” by Jimi Hendrix, his favorite Led Zeppelin song to play on his solo tour is, “What Is and What Should Never Be,” and that the modern bands he listens to are Low and Black Angels.

Plant’s Instagram post features a single photograph of him on stage behind his bandmates as they take a bow. Meanwhile his new website will also feature various videos, which will include an exclusive documentary, which was shot by Plant, that showcases his visit to Mali. Plant’s film will be released in 10 weekly instalments.

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