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Robert Plant Orders Rarities Locked Until After His Death

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Robert Plant has told his kids to open up his vault of unreleased music and more to the public for free when he dies.

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Jimmy Page Cautious During Covid

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Jimmy Page has only seen “a handful” of people since Britain’s Covid-19 lockdown began in March as he is “very cautious” about his health.

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Led Zeppelin Win Stairway To Heaven Court Battle

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Led Zeppelin’s six-year legal battle over ‘Stairway To Heaven’ is finally over.

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Paul Mescal Stars In Rolling Stones ‘Scarlett’ Video

by Paul Cashmere

Irish actor Paul Mescal will be seen in the upcoming video for The Rolling Stones ‘Scarlett’.

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The Rolling Stones And The Story of ‘Scarlett’

by Paul Cashmere

When The Rolling Stones release their expanded edition of ‘Goats Head Soup’ in September, one of the previously unreleased songs you’ll hear is ‘Scarlett’ with Jimmy Page.

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Puddles Pity Party Covers Gilligans Island Meets Stairway To Heaven Mash-up and Its Scary Shit

by Paul Cashmere

Clown (yes a real one) Puddles Pity Party has uploaded a new video where the Gilligans Island Theme is mashed with Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway To Heaven’ and it is disturbing stuff.

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Robert Plant Has A New Anthology

by Paul Cashmere

Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant has upgraded his previous Best Of with a new anthology ‘Digging Deep’.

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The Rolling Stones Debut Scarlett With Jimmy Page

by Paul Cashmere

The Rolling Stones have debuted a previously unreleased track ‘Scarlett’, unused from the 1974 ‘Goat’s Head Soup’ sessions.

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Robert Plant presents Sensational Space Shifters photo by Ros O'Gorman

Robert Plant Makes A Generous Donation To Medical Workers

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Robert Plant has made a “generous” donation towards frontline medical supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Robert Plant performs his Led Zeppelin classic Immigrant Song for first time in 23 Years

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Robert Plant has performed ‘Immigrant Song’ by Led Zeppelin for the first time in 23 years.

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Facebook Reverses Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy Image Ban

by Paul Cashmere

Facebook is finally allowing the cover of Led Zeppelin’s classic ‘Houses of the Holy’ album to be shown on the platform.

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Jason Bonham Apologises To Jimmy Page over Cocaine Comments

by Paul Cashmere

Jason Bonham, the son of the late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, has apologised to his dad’s co-founder Jimmy Page for describing instances with hard drugs via Page as a kid on tour with Led Zep.

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Jimmy Page Approved Lez Zeppelin To Play Memo Music Hall This Weekend

by Paul Cashmere

New York-based Lez Zeppelin will be in Melbourne this weekend for a show at Memo Music Hall in St Kilda on Saturday night.

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Greta Van Fleet cancel rest of Australian tour

by Paul Cashmere

Greta Van Fleet have cancelled the remainder of their Australian tour due to illness. Josh Kiszka has laryngitis and the Melbourne shows have been cancelled.

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Greta Van Fleet sell-out The Forum and upgrade to Festival Hall

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Greta Van Fleet, America’s great rock hope, has sold out the intimate Forum Theatre in Melbourne and upscaled their second show to the much Festival Hall.

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Greta Van Fleet Announce Their First Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Led Zeppelin heirs Greta Van Fleet will bring their March of the Peaceful Army tour to Australia in 2019.

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Led Zeppelin Began Recording First Album 50 Years Ago This Week

by Paul Cashmere

September 25, 1968. Led Zeppelin entered the studio for the very first time to begin work on the debut album ‘Led Zeppelin’.

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Led Zeppelin To Face New Legal Action Over Stairway To Heaven

by Paul Cashmere

The Spirit vs Led Zeppelin case is going back to court.

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Ahmet Ertegun Portrayed As Abusive Sex Fiend In New Book

by Paul Cashmere

Atlantic Records co-founder Ahmet Ertegun is exposed as an abusive, sexual harasser in a new book by his former secretary Dorothy Carvello.

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Lez Zeppelin Postpone Australian Tour

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Lez Zeppelin, the all-girl Led Zeppelin tribute band, have had to postpone their Australian tour due to their promoter falling ill.

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James Taylor, Robert Plant and City Calm Down Are On Noise11iHeartRadio This Week

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In a brand new iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com James Taylor about his new kids book Sweet Baby James, Robert Plant sings the praises of Greta Van Fleet and Jack Bourke of Calm City Down reveals the secret of Joan in his song ‘Joan I’m Disappearing’.

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Robert Plant Says The Music Industry Today Is “Dull”

by Paul Cashmere

Robert Plant sees hope in rock with the band Greta Van Fleet but he doesn’t see the explosion of creativity like in the 60s and 70s ever repeating itself.

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Neil Young Paradox

New Music Releases 23 March 2018

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Neil Young, George Ezra, Jack White, Dami Im, Rick Parfitt, Led Zeppelin (re-issue), Preoccupations, Don McLean and a new So Fresh compilation.

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Led Zeppelin Stop Jason Bonham Using Led Zeppelin Experience Name

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Jason Bonham is no longer fronting his “Led Zeppelin Experience” but the changes, which were requested by the three surviving members of Zeppelin, aren’t as bad as might have been guessed.

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Jimmy Page Confirms A New Live Led Zeppelin Album Is Coming

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Jimmy Page has said to get ready for live music from Led Zeppelin.

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Led Zeppelin To Reissue How The West Was Won

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Led Zeppelin’s 2003 live album How the West Was Won is being re-released by Atlantic/Swan Song in a variety of formats including, for the first time, vinyl.

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Jason Bonham’s Led Zep Australian Tour Postponed

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Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience Australian down hase been bumped into May.

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Led Zeppelin Planning Surprises For 2018

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Not too long ago, Led Zeppelin completed their reissue campaign with deluxe editions of their studio albums filled with rarities and live performances.

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Robert Plant Plays London #SETLIST

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The Royal Albert Hall seems to be looking better than ever these days. Before Seth Lakeman took to the stage you could see excited revellers marvelling at the extraordinary space, it’s 5,272 seats defying its intimate nature.

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Robert Plant Says The Damned ‘Rightly Kicked Juggernauts Pink Floyd’

by Paul Cashmere

Led Zeppelin legend says The Damned was one of his favourite bands in the 70s.

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