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      FYI to “Digital Ad Museum”: Robert Plant, singer for Led Zeppelin, developed his vocal style and sound primarily from listening to African-American blues musicians such as Robert Johnson, Bukka White, Skip James, Sleepy John Estes, etc.  In 1968, guitarist Jimmy Page auditioned Plant for his new band and their shared musical interests becameawriting collaboration of revising early blues songs.  The resulting debut album, Led Zeppelin, was released on January 12, 1969.  Since then, almost every hard rock and heavy metal singer has been influenced directly or indirectly by Robert Plant’s vocals and African-American blues musicians.