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Watch Robert Plant Perform “Whole Lotta Love” from Upcoming AXS TV Show

Robert Plant and his band, the Sensational Space Shifters, were headliners for David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption last October, and their performance comes to AXS TV 10 p.m. EST March 5.Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters—Live at David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption captures the band’s unique headlining set at the visionary film director’s fully immersive creative gathering to... …

Deconstructing Jimmy Page’s Riff to Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir”

“Kashmir” is one of the best-known songs in Led Zeppelin’s catalog. The track first appeared on their sixth album, 1975’s Physical Graffiti, and became a staple of the group’s concerts.Jimmy Page wrote the song’s droning riff with his guitar in DADGAD tuning. The part is evocative of Middle Eastern music and is built from an ascending chromatic motif that’s played against a droning bass note.“I... …

Let's Revisit Led Zeppelin's 1988 Reunion Show

On May 14, 1988, Led Zeppelin—Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham (the 2007 Celebration Day lineup, for you youngsters out there)—reunited for Atlantic Records' massive 40th-anniversary party at New York City's Madison Square Garden.Below, you'll find a video of Led Zeppelin's complete set from that night, starting with "Kashmir," moving into "Heartbreaker" (complete with... …

One Guy Performs “Black Dog” on Guitar, Drums and Vocals at Same Time

Dominic Fragman has been making a name for himself on YouTube with videos in which he simultaneously performs on guitar, drums and vocals. This past January we shared his video for Rush’s “Tom Sawyer.”Now Fragman is back with a cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog.” His arrangement includes both the rhythm and lead guitar parts. You can view more of his videos on his YouTube channel. …

Phil Collins: Why I'm Not to Blame for Led Zeppelin's Live Aid Reunion Show

Late last year, Phil Collins published his autobiography, Not Dead Yet: The Memoir, via Crown Archetype.In the book, the drummer pulls no punches—about himself, his life or the ecstasy and heartbreak that’s inspired his music. He starts things off with his brief appearance in the Beatles' 1964 film, A Hard Day's Night, works his way through the Genesis years, producing Eric Clapton in the... …

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