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افتراضي Robert Plant Praises Phil Collins for Encouraging His Solo Career After Led Zeppelin'

Robert Plant recently revealed that after John Bonham's death and Led Zeppelin's split, there was one musician who really helped jumpstart his solo career. Genesis drummer/singer Phil Collins gave the vocalist some much-needed encouragement to break out as a solo act. Plant has **w been recording music as a solo artist for more than three decades and he has been quite successful.After Zeppelin disbanded, Plant did **t k**w how to start over, but other musicians were ready to play with the popular singer, Blabbermouth **tes."I made my business to go out and start again at the age of 32 — it's, like, hysterical, really, when you think about it **w," he said. "But I worked and worked with these guys — Robbie Blunt, who was a particularly fine guitarist. And I was graced by my first two solo records 'Pictures at Eleven' and 'The Principle of Moments.' A drummer contacted me and said, 'I love Bonham so much I wanna sit behind you when you sing. It was Phil Collins. His career was just kicking in and he was the most spirited and positive and really encouraging force, because you can't imagine what it was like, me trying to carve my own way after all that."

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