DVR Report | Robert Plant Treats Colbert To Joint & Two Songs

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Former Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant stopped by The Colbert Report last night before heading to Brooklyn Bowl for a midnight gig. Plant spoke with Stephen Colbert about his new album, Lullabye and… The Ceaseless Roar, how his rocktober has been going, whether there’s a time when the singer isn’t in “full Robert Plant-ness” and much more during a five-minute interview segment.

Early in the interview Plant revealed he has a gift for Colbert and whipped out what looks to be a joint. “What is that? I’m not…let’s find out what this is later, shall we? And for the purposes of my lawyer and the network, this is a cigarette,” Colbert said upon receiving the gift and then slipped it into his jacket pocket.

Watch the interview segment from The Colbert Report:

Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters wound up performing two songs of their new album for The Colbert Report. The group tackled “Rainbow” for the TV audience and played “Little Maggie” as a web exclusive. Check ’em out:

[Rainbow]

[Little Maggie]

Later in the evening Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters played the 800-capacity Brooklyn Bowl. Here’s the setlist from the performance: