Robert Plant

Led Zeppelin to Stream 'Celebration Day' Concert Film Capturing Band's 2007 Reunion

The group’s 16-song set included renditions of such classics as “Good Times Bad Times,” “Ramble On,” “Black Dog,” “Dazed and Confused,” “Stairway to Heaven,” “Misty Mountain Hop,” “Kashmir,” “Whole Lotta Love,” and “Rock and Roll.”
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Robert Plant Still Doesn't Know What to Call Led Zeppelin's 4th Album

Led Zeppelin ’s fourth studio album does not officially have a title, but it has to be called something. Many fans call it Led Zeppelin IV , but Robert Plant still doesn’t know what to say after all these years. In the latest episode of the legendary frontman’s “Digging Deep” podcast, Plant told...
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Jimmy Page Calls Led Zeppelin the Best Band of All Time

Led Zeppelin has already enshrined their spot in the pantheon of rock legends. Are they the Zeus of Rock & Roll? Debatable. However, Jimmy Page certainly thinks they are at the top in the rock universe. In an interview with Uncut , Page isn't candid when it comes to assessing his former band. "...
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Robert Plant Gives Brian Johnson a 'Led Zeppelin III' Tour in Wales

Led Zeppelin kicked off their third studio album with the soaring, intense “Immigrant Song,” but by the time Led Zeppelin III came to an end they had unplugged. In a preview from Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road: Robert Plant , Plant takes the AC/DC singer on a tour through the area that helped...
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6 Legendary Led Zeppelin Performances

Today is Robert Plant's 71st birthday. To call Plant one of rock's most legendary frontmen wouldn't scratch the surface. Led Zeppelin's broad influence during their incredible run from 1967 to 1980 changed the course of rock ‘n’ roll. To celebrate Plant's birthday, and his band's stamp on music, we...
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Throwback to 1973: Led Zeppelin Performance

“Stairway to Heaven” was released in 1971, and on July 29, 1973, Led Zeppelin performed the song at Madison Square Garden.The sound quality is incredible. The guitar solo starting at 6:30 is unreal. The split screen at 9:15 makes this an even more fun watch. And there’s just something about Plant’s...
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