Robert Plant says he’s open to the idea of recording a third album with Alison Krauss after the success of 2007's ‘Raising Sand’ and 2021's ‘Raise the Roof.’
Plant told Billboard, "I can’t see any reason why not. I suppose if we wait another 14 years it could be a bit dicey for me, to be honest. I might find it a little bit difficult hitting a top C. But we can say it really works well, and we enjoy each other and that’s a great thing -- so it seems like a great idea."
Plant is also thrilled at again being nominated with Alison for a Grammy in a country music category. “Going Where the Lonely Go” from their latest album, Raise the Roof, is up for Best Country Performance by Duo/Group.
He said, "The idea of us being considered to be a country duet is fascinating. The thing is, a nomination is a nomination -- the very fact that it’s been recognized that we’ve had a good time is more than I could imagine.”
Plant added, "I didn’t get many Grammys...so to be nominated as a country duet is out of my normal radar. It’s great. I love it, and I also know that we did a pretty good job. I learned a lot, and continue to learn, which is what I want to do. I do think that’s pretty cool."
[Source: Classic Hits Today]