While the legendary rock icons Led Zeppelin have been the subject of countless tomes (including the infamous 1985 alleged “tell-all,” Hammer of the Gods), the upcoming photo autobiography from guitarist Jimmy Page will be the first book from an actual member of the band.
The antics of Led Zeppelin in the ’70s are the stuff of rock legend. And most of those legends are too NSFW to be printed by this outlet.
It’s one of the many bonus tracks that will be included on the upcoming reissues of the band’s first three albums.
Lisa Robinson has penned a book about her adventures in Rock History. There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll documents a lifetime of riveting stories, many told for the first time in this book. […]
Bad news for Led Zeppelin fans: the band won’t be performing live soon– if ever.
Zeppelin releases reissues of their first three albums on June 3.
And the bonus tracks? Pretty tasty!
…Which are all up for auction along with Eric Clapton, Bad Company and Ozzy Osbourne relics at an unbecoming price.
John Paul Jones has teamed up with “dark ambient” artist Deathprod (aka, Norwegian artist Helge Sten).
Robert Plant, who recently spoke to Radcliffe and Maconie on BBC 6 Music, said, “I found some quarter inch spools recently and I had a meeting with Jimmy (Page) and we ‘baked’ them up and listened to them and there’s some very, very interesting bits and pieces that will probably turn up.”