Robert Plant rocked Royal Albert Hall last night (March 14) as part of violinist Nigel Kennedy’s “Gala Celebration” for the venue’s Love Classical festival, and one song in particular stood out from the rest.
Tickets to see The Who are on sale now at ticketmaster.com. They bring their decades worht of hits to Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall on July 22. This got us to thinking of Who frontman Roger Daltrey's signautre scream. Here's our we look back at some of our other favorite “screams” in classic rock.
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.
Today (1/12) is a significant day in Led Zeppelin history. In '69 they released their debut album in the US. They were also inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame by Steven Tyler & Joe Perry on this date in 1995. John Paul Jones delivered quite the memorable speech. Check it out the speech & get the backstory on their first album.
Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album was released 48 years ago today (January 12.) Besides being one of the best albums of all time, Led Zeppelin also has one of the best opening tracks of all time, too.
Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones celebrates his birthday today (January 3), and while Jimmy Page and Robert Plant get a lot of attention for writing Zeppelin’s biggest hits, Jones has his share of songwriting credits on many fan favorites. In honor of his birthday, we look at five of the best Zeppelin songs co-written by…