Led Zeppelin

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On This Day in 1977, Led Zeppelin Plays First of 6 Sold-Out Shows at MSG

On this day (6/7) in 1977, Led Zeppelin played the first of 6 sold-out nights at NYC’s Madison Square Garden—a part of their 11th and final run in North America. According to a press release written after the show, fans brought in firecrackers and set them off during the three-hour set until Robert...
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WATCH: John Bonham Steals the Show During Moby Dick Performance

When it comes to drumming, does it really get any better than John Bonham? The guy was a musical mastermind, and we’d venture to say his style influenced just about every drummer (or at least close to it) who followed.
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Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones (L-R) of the band Led Zeppelin attend the Kennedy Center Honors reception at the White House on December 2, 2012 in Washington, DC

On This Day in 1975, Zeppelin Plays Iconic Earls Court Show

On May 17, 1975, Led Zeppelin played the first of a five-night residency at Earls Court in London. The band’s website boasts that Zeppelin played non-stop for 240 minutes at the venue. To put that into perspective, The Rolling Stones ’ Earls Court sets maxed out at 50 minutes. In shows that were...
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Cryptic Post By Robert Plant Stirs Led Zeppelin Reunion Rumors

UPDATE: There had been speculation that Led Zeppelin would reunite for the Desert Trip festival, but sources tell Billboard that if anything, the message on Robert Plant's website is a tease for a new album. Could it actually be possible? Could Led Zeppelin finally reunite without a lawsuit...
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