Led Zeppelin Releases New Video for "What Is And What Should Never Be"The video features vintage audio and footage from Zeppelin's BBC sessions.
Led Zeppelin will not be Reimbursed for Legal Fees from 'Stairway' TrialTo be entitled for reimbursement the band would have had to prove that the individuals who filed the lawsuit "harbored nefarious motives."
'Stairway to Heaven' Ruling AppealedLed Zeppelin's legal troubles may not be over.
Led Zeppelin to Reissue 'Complete BBC Sessions' with Extra TracksThe collection will contain the only recorded performance of "Sunshine Woman."
'Stairway to Heaven' Trial Loser May Have to Pay $800KA recent Supreme Court decision about copyright cases may result in in Warner/Chappell having their legal fees covered.
Lawyer Who Sued Led Zeppelin Suspended from PracticingAttorney Francis Malofiy was suspended for three months for violated misconduct during an unrelated copyright infringement suit,
Robert Plant Testifies in 'Stairway to Heaven' SuitPlant stated that he could not remember hearing Spirit's song, or meeting Spirit bassist Mark Andes, at the place and time in question.
Jimmy Page Tells Court he Didn't Steal 'Stairway to Heaven'Page claimed he hadn't heard Spirit's song until a few years ago. "Something like that would stick in my mind. It was totally alien to me."
Led Zeppelin Trial Might be Over Before It StartsThe inclusion of new video evidence could lead to a mistrial.
Led Zeppelin 'Stairway to Heaven' Trial Begins TodayThe long awaited trial between Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" and Spirit's "Taurus" begins today (June 14).
6.8 Train Does 'Led Zeppelin II' And Will Perform It In SeattleTitled Does Led Zeppelin II the project is set to be released on June 6th.
3 Ways Desert Trip Can Top Itself in 2017This year, the Beatles, the Stone, the Who and Pink Floyd are represented, plus they have Dylan (and Neil Young). Here's what they should do next year.