Rock’s immortal “Golden God,” Robert Plant recently sat down for a revealing interview with the Australian edition of ’60 Minutes,’ which saw him hint at the possibility of a Led Zeppelin reunion next year. The video of the segment, which aired this past Friday (Feb. 15), is embedded below.
Okay, so the saving grace here is that Led Zeppelin was at least nominated for a Grammy back in 1970 for Best New Artist, and based on that whole "best new artist curse" maybe it's best they didn't collect that night.
The black obelisk-shaped object that Led Zeppelin featured on the cover and inside sleeve of their seventh album, ‘Presence,’ was intended to represent the force and presence of the group. In 1976 their label Swan Song produced 1,000 replicas of ‘The Object’ to be used as 12” numbered promotional statues. Recently on eBay, #834 went up for auction and sold for $2,000.00.
We may still be waiting for details of Jimmy Page's alleged 2013 solo tour, but we do know of at least one place we'll be able to see the former Led Zeppelin guitarist this year: In the photo spreads for menswear designer John Varvatos' next ad campaign.
Led Zeppelin were the second biggest winners in the 2012 Ultimate Classic Rock Awards, taking home two trophies for their live album and concert film 'Celebration Day,' which chronicled their triumphant one-off 2007 reunion concert.
Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart chose the iconic Led Zeppelin song 'Stairway to Heaven' to play for the legends at the Kennedy Center Honors late last year. The performance stirred up emotions deep within Robert Plant and brought the entire audience to their feet. A well-rehearsed, talented gospel choir covers any flaws in the Hall of Fame nominees' performance.
Led Zeppelin were fishing for trouble at the Edgewater Inn in Seattle during their first U.S. tour. Some have said a shark was involved, while others have claimed a red snapper. But it's apparently true that some of the members of Zepp
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