Glastonbury Festival 2022: Robert Plant shy about potential Worthy Farm appearance

Robert Plant remained coy about a potential Glastonbury Festival 2022 appearance during a BBC radio interview.

The former Led Zeppelin singer performs in Hyde Park in London with Alison Krauss on the Somerset Festival weekend at Worthy Farm.

But the rock star told presenter Zoe Ball in a BBC Radio 2 interview on Tuesday (November 23) that there could be “some secret things we can’t tell anyone” regarding other live dates, adding that he “loves agriculture”.

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When asked if he would perform on other UK dates next year outside of Hyde Park, he said: “It’s very likely, but throughout the show of this morning I thought, how many things are secret, how many things can we not tell anyone?

“So the answer is yes, but the details at the moment are vague.”

When pressed by Zoe Ball to “play on a farm” he replied, “Well, I love farming.”

Robert Plant, who appeared at the Glastonbury Festival as a solo in 2014, recently released an album with Alison Krauss titled “Raise the Roof”, the second album the duo have created together.

Speaking of the reaction to the album on BBC Radio 2, Mr Plant said: “It’s a conundrum, we are 5,000 miles apart, and she has the reflex [reaction] from America, and I get a lot of positivity here.

“You sit on a lot of songs for a long time and look at them from the side, from below, is the running order correct, does this thing work in a straight line, is it beautiful, is it? what you want?

“The answer is, it’s all of those things – I’m very, very happy with it.”

So far, two big acts have been officially announced for the 2022 Glastonbury Festival.

American singer Billie Eilish will headline the Pyramid Stage on Friday evening, and Dianna Ross will perform during the “slot legend” on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday afternoon.

Jan G. Gilbert