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Plant is tall, maybe 6′ 2,” has very broad shoulders and is from Britain. Sometimes he goes to Mexico to sunbathe, and you can tell.
He also has bright blue eyes and long, curly reddish hair, tied this day, in a makeshift knot at his shoulders.
Unfortunately the music in the coffee shop was just loud enough to keep me from effectively intruding . They sat diagonally across what looked like an Iphone and a small blue notebook.
His sunglasses were much larger than what he might have worn in the 70s, more sculpted, more designer.
This assistant told him that one night while Krauss was on stage Plant leaned over and told him how good Krauss looked in the pants she had on. Proof that Plant was after her body, and not just her talent and mind.
I also knew, because Nashville is such a small town, that Krauss already had a boyfriend.
She plays the fiddle, favors bluegrass and plays her own version of country.
Her hair was long, blonde and brown, and she twirled it with the index finger of her left hand as she looked Plant in the eyes and listened to him talk. Several minutes after the two sat down with their coffees, her cell phone rang. This created a dilemma for Plant, as it would any wanton man.
Most of the time the rocker’s long legs were kicked straight out in front of him into the aisle of the shop.
When he changed positions, he would gather his legs up and stick them under the table to crouch and lean in to listen closely to Krauss.
He had on blue socks and a pair of red shoes with small red leather laces and short wooden heels.
The length of the shoes were extra long for effect, and they had a small square toe at their very tips. When Plant sprawled his legs into the aisle, he slid the hard soles of his shoes across the green rubberized-concrete floor.On his right hand, his pinky, Plant wore a large silver ring with a sizable dark-green stone.