‘It’s Like Seeing a Bonfire’: Krauss & Plant on Their Musical Collaborations

The beloved American folk duo, Alison Krauss and Robert Plant, sat down with FOX News’ Greg Gutfeld Friday night to talk about their upcoming musical collaborations.

When it comes to the new concert film, “Plant & Krauss,” The Tennessee native told his bandmate, who was the first lead singer for Led Zeppelin, the people who performed it the best were them.

Plant said the film comes with a lot of politics and a little bit of “bureaucracy.”

“You’ve got to see the film, but that part of it is kind of moving,” Plant explained.

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Plant told Gutfeld that they had a lot of fun doing it.

“When we get it right – we just look at each other and laugh,” he said.

Plant said it was not easy getting on stage with Krauss, but that’s something he enjoys doing.

He added that they will be touring together early next year, and asked if they will tour with any other artists in the future.

“There are a lot of people who are around us that don’t get to live in the studio, so there’s a sense that if we don’t take those opportunities that people are going to forget about us,” Plant said.

He added that they are keen to do an album with the Avett Brothers, who he described as one of the nicest people he has ever met.

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