Led Zeppelin's new live film, Celebration Day, hit theaters earlier this week. If you haven't been enticed into checking it out just yet, the band have posted yet another teaser clip from the movie, this one featuring several crowd shots and an all-too-brief listen at a live version of "Whole Lotta Love." Check it out below.
We've been promised a new Jimmy Page album for years now, but it seems as though the impending release of Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day film has been just the spark the legendary guitarist needed to rekindle his interest in recording and performing live.
Joe Walsh performed with the Les Paul Trio last night at the Iridium Jazz Club in New York City. It's not uncommon for some big names to drop by unexpectedly, and such was the case last night when Jimmy Page walked in to check out the show.
The impending release of Celebration Day, the CD/DVD/Blu-ray and big-screen representation of Led Zeppelin's December 10, 2007, reunion show at London's O2 Arena, has sparked a reasonable amount of reunion talk.
Earlier today, the surviving members of Led Zeppelin made a rare public appearance at the first screening of their upcoming film, Celebration Day, which chronicles their 2007 reunion show at London's 02 Arena.
After nearly a week of speculation egged on by a mysterious countdown on the band's Facebook page, Led Zeppelin announced the official release of Celebration Day, the film capturing the band's 2007 reunion show at London’s O2 Arena.
Along with the number two, Led Zeppelin have just posted a clip teasing the band's upcoming announcement — almost certainly the release of a live CD/DVD of their 2007 reunion show at London's 02 Arena.
Led Zeppelin is widely considered one of the most influential bands in rock-guitar history, and now Guitar World and Ultimate-Guitar.com have joined forces to bring fans an extraordinary box set of Zeppelin tabs, magazines and collectibles.
I know what you're thinking: What the hell is a "near-Led Zeppelin moment"? Good question. A near-Led Zeppelin moment is a post-1980 live performance by one -- or two -- members of Led Zeppelin that captures -- in any number of ways -- some intangible spark of a classic Led Zeppelin performance.