Led Zeppelin Copyright Case Draws Support From 123 Other Acts
They said each could "undoubtedly be affected by the outcome of this critically important case."
Why Jimmy Page Knew He Had to Re-Record 'When the Levee Breaks'
He says Led Zeppelin began a “sonic journey” after they finished tracking the song.
50 Years Ago: Eric Clapton Unimpressed by Led Zeppelin
Guitar great thought band was "too loud" when it played the Midwest Rock Festival in July 1969.
Jimmy Fox Recalls Opening for Led Zeppelin on Day of Moon Landing
James Gang drummer recalls "overwhelming" experience on the same day Apollo 11 made history.
When Robert Plant Went 'Up My Own Rectum’ With New Technology
Singer recounts the battle to continue working after the death of Led Zeppelin bandmate John Bonham.
Robert Plant Calls Led Zeppelin ‘Trio With a Wedding Singer’
He hails bandmates’ work on “Achilles’ Last Stand” in latest podcast episode, and recalls writing lyrics in time of being “torn asunder.”
Led Zeppelin's 'Stairway' Trial Revealed Stunning Copyright Issue
The band's return to court over its most famous song might have sweeping implications for federal law.
Restoring Led Zeppelin Images on Facebook Could Take a While
Facebook Reverses Ban on Led Zeppelin 'Houses of the Holy' Art
The social media giant promises to reinstate previously removed posts featuring the cover image.
Facebook Has Banned Led Zeppelin's 'Houses of the Holy' Artwork
The cover was nominated for a Grammy in the best-album package category in 1974, losing to the Who's 'Tommy' movie soundtrack.