Robert Plant has taken some slings and arrows recently for refusing to reunite with Led Zeppelin, but he says his restless need to try new things actually traces back to before he ever met Jimmy Page.
A new article goes into detail about the reshoot of Led Zeppelin's concert film, 'The Songs Remains the Same.'
On Nov. 21, 1995, rock 'n' roll lost one of its biggest characters -- figuratively and literally -- with the death of legendary Led Zeppelin manager Peter Grant, perhaps the quintessential artist handler of the rock era.
Of all the interviews Jimmy Page will sit for during the press tour in support of his new photographic memoir, this one might be the strangest.
Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group, says that there is "absolutely no truth" to the story that Robert Plant ripped up a contract with an $800 million offer for a Led Zeppelin reunion tour.
There are some questions that certain celebrities will never be able to get away from, and for Jimmy Page, that list definitely includes, "Will we see a Led Zeppelin reunion?"
Interested in the new super deluxe edition reissues of Led Zeppelin's 'IV' and 'Houses of the Holy,' but lacking access to a record player and the necessary cash?
Virgin tycoon Richard Branson reportedly offered a whole lotta cash for Led Zeppelin to reunite -- before Robert Plant set him straight on what is and what should never be.
Jimmy Page explains why Led Zeppelin abandoned naming their albums numerically for 'Houses of the Holy.'
Phil Collins says he considered quitting mid-performance during Led Zeppelin's underwhelming reunion show at Live Aid on July 13, 1985.