Led Zeppelin fans should be excited: Robert Plant recently found some unreleased recordings by his former band.
Although it sounds like an extravagant Hollywood heist film, the theft of $200,000 from a hotel bank vault holding Led Zeppelin’s cash and goodies is a true story that two filmmakers are looking to capitalize on with a film called Fleecing Led Zeppelin.
“We’ve got a lot of music for you,” Robert Plant announced at the final date of his U.S. tour Saturday night (July 27) at the Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn, New York. “We’re gonna whip out the […]
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Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham will be the next late musical legend to return to the stage in holographic form, if his son Jason Bonham has his way.
Last year, Plant announced that his latest backing group would be The Sensational Space Shifters, and that they’d put out a new album in 2013. Fans have had the chance to hear Plant’s band – having toured abroad, they’ve released several live concert recordings on iTunes – but now, U.S. fans can see them as well. Plant has just posted a video of their take on Zeppelin’s “Black Dog.”
In an online 60 Minutes Overtime feature posted Sunday (May 5), it was revealed that President Bill Clinton tried, unsuccessfully, to get Led Zeppelin to reunite for the 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy tribute concert.
After a couple of detours (a duo album with Alison Krauss, a covers project with his Band Of Joy, oh, and the Led Zeppelin reunion), Robert Plant is back together with his longtime band, the Sensational Shape Shifters, for a U.S. tour that kicks off June 20 in Dallas.
Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones engineer Andy Johns died Sunday (April 7) at the age of 61.
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, we take a look at Led Zeppelin‘s 1973 classic “Houses Of The Holy,” which turns 40 today (March 28).