Today (2/27/17), Led Zeppelin IV rambles to the #2 spot on our Best Selling Classic Rock Albums Countdown. It's obvious that no one can do Zeppelin better than Robert, Jimmy, Bonzo and JPJ but we've decided to share some of our favorite covers of songs on this landmark album. Van Halen, Heart, Jeff Buckley & moree give memorable efforts tackling these timeless tracks.
Heart 'Battle of Evermore
One Of The Best Led Zeppelin Cover By Heart From Their 2003 DVD "Alive In Seattle". Buy The DVD. Enjoy The Video. Cheers!
Sammy Hagar and Van Halen 'Rock and Roll'
van halen playing cover of led zeppelin rock and roll
4 Non Blondes 'Misty Mountain Hop'
Uploaded by Adrián González Jiménez on 2013-05-17.
Heart w/ Jason Bonham 'Stairway to Heaven'
Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart perform a triumphant "Stairway to Heaven" as a tribute to 2012 Kennedy Center Honorees Led Zeppelin. The Kennedy Center Honors are given annually to select performing artists for their lifetime of contributions to American culture. "Stairway to Heaven" is part of our Rock and Roll Honors Playlist (https://youtu.be/zdmTt9pM2tM?list=PL14hRqd0PELFCWy7mGophwNPISVJ46vVm).
Robert Plant and Alyson Krauss 'Black Dog'
Uploaded by Theballyshannonboy on 2013-08-20.
Jeff Buckley 'When The Levee Breaks'
I am unable to find this song on Youtube and I have decided to upload it myself. Originally written by the blues duo Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie this song has been rearranged by Led Zeppelin and included in the album `Led Zeppelin IV' (1971).
Train 'Going to California'
Train doing a kick ass version of Led Zeppelin's Going to California from their 2006 performance on Soundstage.
Juan Dies and his Traditional Mexican Band 'Four Sticks'
Recorded live on May 19, 2007 at the McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL. "Four Sticks" (by J. Page/R. Plant of Led Zeppelin) is a classic rock song in a driving 5/8 time. Sones de Mexico Ensemble recorded an Aztec Ceremonial arrangement by Juan Dies on the CD "Esta Tierra Es Tuya (This Land Is Your Land)."