Robert Plant continues his musical shape-shifting

FILE - In this July 30, 2010 file photo, singer Robert Plant poses for a portrait in Miami. The former Led Zeppelin singer has a new album, "Carry Fire," out Friday, (AP Photo/Carlo Allegri, File)

Former Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant continues his musical explorations, keeping his past largely on the shelf

NEW YORK — Robert Plant has a new solo album but he won't leave his Led Zeppelin legacy untouched during an upcoming, mostly sold-out theater tour of the U.S.

Says the singer: "I'll just tell 'em in a different way."

His album "Carry Fire," out Friday, continues his collaboration with a band whose name, the Sensational Space Shifters, speaks to its versatility.

But anyone going to see him live and expecting a jukebox of old hits has come to the wrong place.

If audience-members don't like the new groove, he says, "there's plenty of other things they can do. Bowling's a good one."

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