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One look at his curly black hair, tan skin and devilishly good looks and it’s clear – you’re looking at Logan Romero Plant, son of Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant.
Born in 1979 to Plant and ex-wife Maureen, Logan’s birth came just two years after the sudden death of older brother Karac and much like his father made his presence known not with a whimper but with a bang, appearing early that year “in the middle of this explosion of emotion and pain like some sort of phoenix, attempting to drag us from the flame.”
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Though these days you’ll find Logan operating two of the most successful breweries in London, some things you just can’t escape; born with rock and roll in his veins, he pursued a music career of his own back in 2004 and spent the next 8 years rocking stages around the world with Black Country Bandits and Sons of Albion and guys, the resemblance between Logan and his dad is almost uncanny!
All grace, long legs, and and impossible stage presence about him, the resemblance between father and son is never more striking than when Logan is onstage, head tossed back and belting out songs before a sea of sweaty fans looking for some good old fashioned rock and roll.
Check him out in the video below as he performs “Lady” with Sons of Albion at Belgium’s Pukkelpop Festival – it’s gritty, explosive, and concrete proof that some people are just quite literally born to rock. Enjoy!