She is married to an American guitarist and lyrics writer, Pat Bergeson.
Alison Krauss was already reaching a peak of her career when she met Pat Bergeson back in 1996.
I didn't look as good as I do now, and I didn't share the couch with another Leo. Plant: Only last week, I was being grilled again by Alison to get into shape and get it right. CNN: And in the meantime, you've been recognized by the Grammys. We've brought our gifts, and we've shared them, and the whole surrounding musically is so beautiful, that that's our reward. The fact that it wasn't some embarrassing moment of two people trying something out, and saying goodbye, and then meeting at a party years later and saying, "Oh, Christ, there's Alison Krauss!
CNN: That sounds like a man who's looking forward, and not back. I don't want to go around, everybody thinking, "That's what he did." Because this is what I do, and every day, it should be more interesting.
Apart from Grammy, she is also remembered for her melodious voice.
Clearly, they're both having the time of their lives, and are excited about their current musical journey -- which pushes each out of their respective comfort zones and into new territory. Even the band was kind of going, "Oh wow, how is this going to work? And then we both agreed that because we both produced records ourselves, that we needed an intermediary to guide -- somebody to separate us, or to make the journey more clear. With Alison, it's letting go, and with you, Robert, it's kind of containing things. Krauss and Pat dated for twenty-four days before getting married on 8 December of 1996.Although there aren’t much evidence, the couple divorced in 2001.But since they won five Grammy awards -- including album of the year for their surprising collaboration, "Raising Sand" -- their names have been inextricably linked: Robert Plantand Alison Krauss. CNN: Did you have this much fun working with Zeppelin? In fact, both of us can sit there talking about music, and neither of us can recognize the artists we're referring to. I mean, all the rock 'n' roll, and black Mississippi and Chicago stuff that I go raving on about, she's going, "Hmm." Krauss: I didn't grow up on that, yeah. CNN: Your collaboration has worked out so well that you're back in the studio in Nashville, working on a second album together. If they were 20 years old and ran in Hollywood circles, tabloids might be calling them Robekrauss or Aliplant. CNN: Has he made you listen to his music collection?