Promising "an unforgettable performance by one of rock’s most influential performers," AXS TV is set to air Robert Plant & the Sensational Shape Shifters: Live at David Lynch's Festival of Disruption next month — and the network has already premiered the night's rendition of the Led Zeppelin classic "Whole Lotta Love."

Due to air March 5, the hour-long special captures Plant with his band at the acclaimed director's titular festival, held as "a fully immersive creative gathering" last Oct. 8 and 9 with a variety of multimedia attractions that included a virtual reality theater and a set from comedy legend Mel Brooks.

According to a press release announcing the show, Plant's set includes "stripped down and acoustic renditions" of Zeppelin songs such as “Black Dog,” “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” and “Whole Lotta Love” in addition to solo cuts like “Turn It Up,” “Rainbow,” “The Enchanter” and “Little Maggie."

"Throughout the history of rock, few artists have been as influential and enduring as Robert Plant," said network VP Evan Haiman. "This incredible concert showcases the music icon at the top of his game, putting his signature vocals and effortless charm on full display as he blazes through an expansive set list that will satisfy both die-hard fans and curious newcomers alike. And AXS TX is the only place you can see it."

For more information on airdates and showtimes for Robert Plant & the Sensational Shape Shifters: Live at David Lynch's Festival of Disruption, check your local listings, and visit AXS TV's official site to see further details regarding how to access programming and where to find the network as part of your cable package.

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