Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant Can't Remember the Glory Days (VIDEO)


Jimmy Fallon was profoundly affected by the music of Led Zeppelin, he told lead singer Robert Plant on 'Late Night' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). He got his first Zeppelin record from... the woods. "I was walking in the woods, and it was under leaves -- a record album was in the woods?!" said Fallon. He described 'Stairway to Heaven' as "druid music ... It changed my life -- made me who I am today."


As for Plant's life, he said he "can barely remember what happened." It's a wave of "some cars, some planes, and some audiences and some animals." Fallon asked if there was a particular performance or experience that made him think, "This is it, we made it. We're big now." Plant replied: "I met some girls from Chicago..." Check out the clip for the rest of the story.


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