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Beth Hart pays wholesome tribute to Led Zeppelin

Just how highly rated Beth Hart is can be seen from the comment made by blues guitar man Joe Bonamassa after they’d recorded together “Man, she’s got it all, she’s the new Janis Joplin, she’s the real deal”. Beth Hart is as real as it gets. She’s not one for the airbrushed sickly sweetness of certain well known female vocalists we could all name who’re currently in vogue. She ‘throws her cards down, shares her darkest secrets with you and invites you along for the ride.’ Her previous album, War In My Mind, is a testament to this.
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The Led Zeppelin Song That Inspired Geddy Lee To Be A Bass Player

Fans love seeing musicians and bands who appreciate each other, especially in the rock scene since it is filled with countless rivalries and feuds. One of those supportive artists is the Rush lead vocalist and bassist Geddy Lee who has praised Led Zeppelin in numerous conversations. While his fondness for...
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Yes, Sadly, Jimmy Page Wrote Stairway to Heaven

Apparently, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are heading back to court. However, they’re still innocent. Now another trial has been ordered in a case that accuses Led Zeppelin of stealing “Stairway to Heaven” from the song “Taurus” by the largely forgotten psychedelic band Spirit. Late last week, a U.S. appeals court on Friday ruled in favor of a retrial in the 2016 case, deeming the judge misled jurors about copyright law.
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In Torrington, ‘Get the Led Out’ honors Led Zeppelin Jan. 28

TORRINGTON — Get The Led Out will bring their critically acclaimed show to the historic Warner Theatre’s Main Stage at 8 p.m. Jan. 28. From the bombastic and epic, to the folky and mystical, Get The Led Out has captured the essence of the recorded music of Led Zeppelin and brought it to the concert stage, according to a statement. The Philadelphia-based group consists of six veteran musicians, intent on delivering Led Zeppelin live.
TORRINGTON, CT
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Led Zeppelin - "Rock and Roll" - Live 1973

"Rock and Roll" was a key component of the band's setlist at Led Zeppelin concerts from 1971 on. Initially, Plant referred to it on stage as "It's Been A Long Time", which is the first line of the song. In 1972 it was elevated to the opening number of all concert performances and it retained this status until 1975. For the band's 1977 North American tour, it became part of a medley encorewith "Whole Lotta Love", and during 1979 and 1980 it became an encore in its own right.
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Nostalgia Attacks In Brief Led Zeppelin History Video

There is no Rock n’ Roll story far greater than Led Zeppelin. While one could associate this statement as a mere representation of how well they lived the life as a true rockstar archetype, erase all that shenanigans they’ve done, and you’re still left with something so legendary: their music.
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Led Zeppelin Series Revisit “When The Levee Breaks”

On the eight episode of Led Zeppelin‘s 50th anniversary video series, the band revisits “When the Levee Breaks” on their 1971 album Led Zeppelin IV. “‘When the Levee Breaks’ was a giant step,” says Robert Plant, “Nobody other than John Bonham could have created that groove, and many have tried.”
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Robert Plant Photo Original Led Zeppelin Oakland 1977 11″ x 14″

Taken from early in the show as Plant would remove outer shirt to reveal his now iconic “Nurses Do It Better!” t-shirt. Following this show, there would be an altercation between a couple Zeppelin’s tour staff, John Bonham & manager Peter Grant with a member of promoter Bill Graham’s staff that would lead to the filing of assault charges.
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Bob Schneider, Lil’ Flip and Led Zeppelin tribute at Brass Hall

Austin singer-songwriter Bob Schneider, rapper Lil’ Flip, and a tribute to Led Zeppelin highlight upcoming shows at Brass Hall, 909 Third St. in Marble Falls. On Feb. 11, Schneider performs at the downtown venue. Doors open at 7 p.m. Showtime is 8 p.m. The artist combines funk, country, rock, and folk. His latest album, “In a Roomful of Blood with a Sleeping Tiger,” was released in 2021.
MARBLE FALLS, TX
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