“I’ve met a lot of albums in my life but few have had an impact on me like you.”
Jason Bonham and his band are heading down under.
Clash of the rock titans \m/
Well she did used to be in a Zeppelin cover band.
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A jury ruled that ‘Stairway To Heaven’ didn’t contain significant elements of Spirit’s ‘Taurus’
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Their abuse of alcohol and drugs is “well-documented”
All that glitters may not be gold, especially if the stairway to heaven was borrowed
“This song is a classic that I’ve loved for as long as I can remember. It puts me at peace.”
Tool have emerged from their mysterious band cave for a rare performance, headlining the Monster Mash Music Festival in Tempe, Arizona for Halloween. Despite being conned into playing their first and only scheduled performance of 2015, Maynard James Keenan and co seemed to be in the Halloween spirit as they took the stage dressed as
The epic sounds and ongoing legacy of Led Zeppelin are set to be brought to life at the Sydney Opera House in January 2016 as part of Led Zeppelin Masters’ huge Stairway To Heaven show. Led Zeppelin Masters have locked in two shows at the Opera House, and are ready to knock out a solid
In a performance that is sure to go down in the annals of rock history as one of the most entertaining ever, Loudwire have gotten Dream Theater‘s drummer Mike Portnoy to play some classic metal and rock n roll covers… on a Hello Kitty drum kit. Portnoy isn’t impressed upon seeing the kit initially, saying
If legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury was still among us, he would have been celebrating his 69th birthday this week. Sadly, he couldn’t be here to mark the occasion, so Foo Fighters did it for him. During their first make-up gig in the UK following Dave Grohl’s broken leg, the Fooies brought out the big
Canberra lads SAFIA have stepped into the triple j studios this morning and delivered a hypnotic and slow-moving cover of alt-J‘s recent single, Left Hand Free. The trio also managed to squeeze in a Led Zeppelin-infused performance of their original track, Counting Sheep, as part of this week’s Like A Version. SAFIA’s cover of Left
Rock music’s wily-haired past collided with its slicked-back present on the Lollapalooza stage in Argentina on Saturday night, after Jack White‘s headlining set was crashed by legendary Led Zeppelin frontman, Robert Plant. The rock and roll veteran lent his banshee vocals to a rendition of Zeppelin’s classic The Lemon Song in a surprise cameo, which
Robert Plant has turned down a £500 million (AU$918 million) offer from Virgin boss Richard Branson to reform rock icons Led Zeppelin. Plant reportedly said no to the offer after the remaining Led Zeppelin members had agreed to the lucrative contract. The Mirror claim that Plant “ripped up” Branson’s proposal in front of promoters and
Paul McCartney has unearthed a previously unheard version of Wings’ track Beware My Love featuring Led Zeppelin’s late, great drummer John Bonham. Sir Macca premiered the Bonham version, yesterday, during a Twitter Q&A to promote the deluxe reissue of Wings’ ’76 LP Wings at the Speed of Sound. When exactly McCartney and Bonham got together
Miley Cyrus has continued her journey through the history of rock and roll, recently unveiling a cover of Led Zeppelin‘s rendition of the folk classic Babe I’m Gonna Leave You from their seminal 1969 self-titled debut album, originally penned by folk singer Anne Bredon and famously covered by Joan Baez. While the pop sensation refers
A previously unreleased Led Zeppelin instrumental entitled La La, recorded by the band in late 1969, has surfaced online, ahead of the release of the band’s forthcoming remasters and reissues series. The near four minute organ-led track, recorded during the session for the original Led Zeppelin II, remains unfinished and appears as a rough mix