Robert Plant and David Gilmour Set to Launch New Podcasts

Plant's launches next month and Gilmour's launches this week

Robert Plant at the Beacon Theatre in 2019. (Taylor Hill/Getty)
Robert Plant at the Beacon Theatre in 2019. (Taylor Hill/Getty)
By Evan Bleier / May 28, 2019 1:48 pm

Two of the most famous names in classic rock are going to debut new podcasts in the coming weeks: Robert Plant and David Gilmour.

The former Led Zeppelin frontman will launch Digging Deep on June 3 on major streaming platforms like iTunes, Spotify and YouTube.

During the podcast, Plant will “delve into his back catalog” and “tell stories of inspiration, collaboration and intervention.” Drawing on experiences he’s had and friend’s he’s made “from The Midlands to Morocco, from Nashville to North Wales,” Plant will share his “personal road map to an incredible and personal journey.”

As for Gilmour, his podcast is related to an upcoming charity auction of his classic guitars that’s set to take place in New York.

Limited to three episodes, the former Pink Floyd vocalist and guitarist’s podcast will consist of him discussing three of the guitars which will go under the hammer on June 20, including the 12 and six-string Martin acoustic guitars he used to write and record Wish You Were Here.

Gilmour’s trio of podcasts will begin debut May 31. You can subscribe here.

Here’s the trailer for Plant’s podcast …

… and Gilmour’s.

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