Led Zeppelin

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Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has told a court he had not heard a song he is accused of copying when he wrote Stairway
The lawsuit surrounding the iconic Led Zeppelin track 'Stairway To Heaven' is officially underway, with Jimmy Page and Robert
A judge has ruled there are significant similarities between both tunes.
‘Stairway to Heaven’ contains arguably the most distinctive riff in rock.  For so many aspiring guitarists, the opening chords
Jimmy Page has confirmed his latest tranche of Led Zeppelin remasters will be the last material to be released by the band
Led Zeppelin fans rejoice - Jimmy Page has remastered the band's final three albums to be released in all manner of glorious
I suppose that's how you know you're at the NME awards, and not the MTVs; everyone looks like they couldn't give less of a shit and no one looks like they smell good.
Seventies rock legends Led Zeppelin are releasing a remastered version of what is widely considered to be the greatest double
The 1970s were better for a number of reasons. One was the music, but what really stood out was the mindbendingly good art
It seems remarkable that almost 25 years later I found myself sitting in the old Olympic Studios where the band recorded a load of their classic records. In front of me was a grey-haired Jimmy Page, the composer who so let me down on the first hearing, but whose body of work has inspired me through my entire adult life.
What is it about rock stars that won't make them quit while they're ahead? ... I mean, just think of some of the more hedonistic behaviour - eating bats (Ozzy Osbourne), the shark episode (Led Zepellin), urinating on the Alamo (Osbourne again) - if any of them behaved like that in a nursing home then they'd be dosed up and diagnosed with senile dementia.
On 28 December 1978, Rolling Stone magazine voted Some Girls by The Rolling Stones as 'Album of the Year.' Some Girls saw the Stones back with a bang, on an explosive mission to show the world's 'new punks' who was boss...
Whole Lotta Love was my own introduction to Zeppelin. Up until this point, as a 12-year-old, I was a Beatles fanatic. So much so I used to sometimes carry a Beatles album to school in the hope that maybe some other like-minded student might talk to me about the fabs.
On 8 Nov 1971, Led Zeppelin released their fourth album. With no title printed on the album, and generally referred to as Four Symbols, The Fourth Album or Led Zeppelin IV, it has gone on to sell over 37 million copies worldwide.
On 25 Sept 1980, John Bonham, drummer with Led Zeppelin, died aged 32 after a heavy drinking session. 'Bonzo' was found dead at guitarists Jimmy Page's house of what was described as asphyxiation, after inhaling his own vomit after excessive vodka consumption, (40 shots in four hours).
Brit Award winning producer Ethan Johns is respected worldwide for his musical touch and has a repertoire that includes Kings
Let's face it, at their age most classic rock bands should be getting an early night with BBC Radio 4 and a cup of Horlicks. So the next time you see one of these bands on tour, buy a ticket! You might never get the chance to see them again.
Led Zeppelin are back. The Stones are playing the O2. The original Status Quo lineup (aka The Frantic Four) are touring next year. The record shops are filled with new albums from Kiss and Aerosmith.