When you think of tribute bands, you might think of them as bands that merely plays someone else's music, somewhere in small dive bars on weekends. But the guys in Led Zepagain, quite easily the best Zeppelin tribute band around, have taken it to a whole another level, and they really are a tribute band in the truest sense.
Former Led Zeppelin bassist -- and current stage-hopping multi-instrumentalist -- John Paul Jones joined bluesman Seasick Steve during his performance at England's Reading Festival on Saturday, August 27.
Longtime fans of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin who have been waiting to finally hear the recordings of the two bands' legendary jam session can finally exhale. But not for a happy reason. According to Sabbath drummer Bill Ward, the recordings don't exist.
One of the most important things I can explain to people who want to become session players is how they need to take a good long look at those who have gone before. In this photo gallery is a list of some of MY faves -- and a brief description of each player.
Activision Blizzard Chief Executive Officer Bobby Kotick recently told Forbes magazine that he desperately tried to get the members of Led Zeppelin to sign away their rights to a Guitar Hero game without success.
As previously reported, Jimmy Page recently launched his long-awaited new website, jimmypage.com. Ahead of the launch of the new site rock writer and journalist Pete Makowski interviewed Jimmy about the site, the story behind its inception and his vision for the "On This Day" section of the site. You can read the chat below.
Led Zeppelin guitar legend Jimmy Page joined the Black Crowes on stage last night, Wednesday, July 13, at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in London, England for a performance of the song "Shake Your Money Maker."