Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Celebrate New Album Raise The Roof with Global YouTube Performance Livestream This Friday, November 19th, 6pm GMT
Upcoming appearances include BBC’s The One Show
New Track “Somebody Was Watching Over Me”
Out Thursday at 5PM GMT.
This Friday, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss celebrate the historic release of Raise The Roof (Warner Music), their first new album together in more than fourteen years. To mark the momentous occasion, the two artists will come together to deliver a series of key live performances to fans across the world, including a performance on BBC’s The One Show on Thursday at 7.30pm GMT.
Beginning at 6pm GMT / 7pm CET on November 19th, the indomitable duo join forces with YouTube to present a global livestream . Backed by an all-star band in Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studios, they will debut a selection of songs from Raise The Roof exclusively for audiences on the platform. The special event will be hosted simultaneously on the official Robert Plant and Alison Krauss YouTube channels. Subscribe here to ensure you don’t miss out.
Following the YouTube livestream on Friday, viewers can head to NPR Music’s YouTube channel for a virtual Listening Party at 2pm EST / 7PM GMT. In addition to a full playback of Raise The Roof, Plant and Krauss will join critic Ann Powers for a discussion of the album. RSVP here.
In the runup to Raise The Roof, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have continued to surprise listeners on pre-release previews like “Can’t Let Go,” “It Don’t Bother Me,” and the original song “High and Lonesome,” written by Plant and the album’s producer, T Bone Burnett. At 5PM GMT on Thursday, November 18th, they will share their rendition of Brenda Burns’ “Somebody Was Watching Over Me,” offering one last look into the record before the full collection is finally unveiled.