Robert Plant Proves His Timeless Voice ‘ Somebody Was Watching Over Me’ Performance
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Robert Plant has once again proven his timeless voice on the live performance of “Somebody Was Watching Over Me,” at Forest Hills Stadium, New York City on June 4.
The recent show was part of the Raising the Roof tour in support of the album that was released on November 19 last year. The song was originally recorded by Maria Muldaur in 1996. Plant and Alison Krauss included their rendition of the song in the 14 tracks of Raise The Roof which debuted at No. 7 on the US Billboard 200.
The album was their second collaborative effort that also features their classic folk and Americana sound following their Grammy Award-winning 2007 record Raising Sand with 13 tracks that earned five Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year.
Earlier this year, the pair announced their extended summer leg, which marks as their first tour together in more than a decade. The first series of dates for their 2022 world tour started with US shows this month, to be followed by a 3-week run across Europe. It will continue to through September.
Watch the fan-filmed footage below. Some of the comments read:
“It’s amazing how great he’s sounding and how great this whole musical situation is.”
“Plant is in fine voice. The whole band is ace.”