record and feel t hat Sanctuary's representation can be a great help to us in pus hing t hese songs out into t he great big music mac hine”. Robert Plant
Mighty Rearranger finds Robert working again wit h his band T he Strange Sensation w ho were so vital to his 2002 critically acclaimed and Grammy nominated ‘Dreamland’ album. T he new album follows his definitive solo retrospective ant hology, Sixty-Six To Timbuktu released in 2003 on Atlantic Records and is an electrifying tour de force.
Sanctuary Group C hief Executive Officer Merck Mercuriadis commented, "It is a dream come true to have Robert on t he label. Music fans know him as one of t he greatest front men and rock icons of all time but Mighty Rearranger proves t hat not only is he one of t he greatest artists of all time but t hat T he Strange Sensation are a vital new band."
Joe Cokell, CEO Sanctuary Recorded Music Worldwide: “ Robert has made a fabulous record t hat has excited everyone wit hin t he company and our belief is t he album will be a worldwide success by t he summer".
Robert Plant is t he keynote speaker at t his year’s Sout h by Sout hwest and will also perform at t he event. A world tour begins wit h t he Tsunami Benefit gig at Bristol Academy on February 19t h and 20t h (along wit h Portis head, Massive Attack and ot her acts) and continues until next February.
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