Led Zeppelin's 'Song Remains the Same,' 40 Years LaterWhile most bands saw live albums as a chance to put their greatest hits together, backed by applause, Led Zeppelin took a very different approach.
Robert Plant Warps 'Black Dog' into Bluesy-Jazz SongFans will appreciate this altogether different version of the classic track.
Led Zeppelin's 'Stairway to Heaven' Named Best Guitar SoloThe 1971 track came in at the top spot, even though Page doesn't think it's his best work.
Robert Plant Joins Tour Lampedusa to Raise Awareness of Refugee Crisis"When I watch the news and see people from these places being displaced by hatred and ignorance, I know that these people are just like you and me."
Led Zeppelin Releases New Video for "What Is And What Should Never Be"The video features vintage audio and footage from Zeppelin's BBC sessions.
Keith Richards, Robert Plant and Others Join ‘We Are Not Afraid’ CampaignKeith Richards, Robert Plant, Ringo Starr, Elvis Costello, Peter Gabriel and over 175 more artists have joined forces to support We Are Not Afraid, a global campaign aimed at raising funds for the refugee crisis and victims of religious and political violence.
Listen: Led Zeppelin’s Previously Unreleased Song ‘Sunshine Woman’Led Zeppelin has officially made the longtime unreleased "Sunshine Woman" available to the public.
Led Zeppelin Will Not Be Reimbursed for Legal Fees from 'Stairway' TrialTo be entitled for reimbursement the band would have had to prove that the individuals who filed the lawsuit "harbored nefarious motives."
'Stairway to Heaven' Ruling AppealedLed Zeppelin's legal troubles may not be over.
Led Zeppelin to Reissue 'Complete BBC Sessions' with Extra TracksThe collection will contain the only recorded performance of "Sunshine Woman."
'Stairway to Heaven' Trial Loser May Have to Pay $800KA recent Supreme Court decision about copyright cases may result in in Warner/Chappell having their legal fees covered.
Lawyer Who Sued Led Zeppelin Suspended from PracticingAttorney Francis Malofiy was suspended for three months for violated misconduct during an unrelated copyright infringement suit,