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  1. Though Led Zeppelin has never exactly disappeared, 2007 has seen a flurry of activity for the remaining members of this totemic band. First, there's "Mothership," a retrospective CD that's sure to introduce a whole new generation to songs such as "Stairway to Heaven," and "Kashmir." Then, in December, the surviving members -- along with Jason Bonham on drums -- will perform at The O2 arena in London, headlining a benefit for as the Ahmet Ertegun education fund, along with Pete Townshend, Foreigner, and Paul Rodgers. In addition, a possible 2008 tour in the works, with rumored shows at American
  2. From: Robert Plant | Alison Krause | News Great news: MSN has nominated Robert Plant and Alison Krauss for December's Artist of the Month! They will be featured on the site for the month of December, where fans can go and vote for them. Vote as many times as you like for the entire month of December. Votes are counted at the end of the month -- if Robert and Alison Win they will be featured again for the month of January! MSN's website also includes an interview with Robert and Alison about Raising Sand. Follow the links below to vote and read more... Vote for Robert & Alison for MS
  3. Report: Led Zep, Metallica For Bonnaroo Billboard.com December 03, 2007, 12:25 PM ET Jonathan Cohen, N.Y. Led Zeppelin will play its first U.S. show since July 24, 1977, this June at the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn., according to an email published in industry commentator Bob Lefsetz's newsletter. The report also says Metallica will headline the event. Speculation about additional shows for Zeppelin, which will play a stated one-off Dec. 10 in London in tribute to late Atlantic founder Ahmet Ertegun, has been buzzing for weeks. A Bonnaroo spokesperson had no comment on th
  4. Report: Led Zep, Metallica For Bonnaroo Billboard.com December 03, 2007, 12:25 PM ET Jonathan Cohen, N.Y. Led Zeppelin will play its first U.S. show since July 24, 1977, this June at the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn., according to an email published in industry commentator Bob Lefsetz's newsletter. The report also says Metallica will headline the event. Speculation about additional shows for Zeppelin, which will play a stated one-off Dec. 10 in London in tribute to late Atlantic founder Ahmet Ertegun, has been buzzing for weeks. A Bonnaroo spokesperson had no comment on th
  5. I like them all. But, Fate Of Nations is #1 for me. #2 is Raising Sand.
  6. I really love the whole album. But, this song in particular brought me to tears. :'( It's so beautiful.
  7. Yes, very good read, SIBLY. It makes my heart swell when I read articles like this. Thank you.
  8. I know what you mean. Or they go, "they're too METAL for me". << That's my Christmas decoration.
  9. I know this one, Rolls! It was 12/30/68 - Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA. They opened for Vanilla Fudge and were billed as Len Zefflin! EnZepplozine has a great recalling of this show from Don Fitzpatrick, the point man for the tour promoter. He was MORTIFIED with the typo. But, it was too late to change it. P.S. Check out the movies that were playing at that time.
  10. ??? I dunno. It doesn't look like John to me. His hair and beard are too trimmed and coiffed.
  11. I recently came across a picture of these two lovely ladies at http://www.melwilliams.biz/shop2.htm Can anyone shed some light on which one is Peter Grant’s wife and anything about her musical career?
  12. Jimmy and Jonesy’s comments about the records being an embryonic blueprint for the shows were interesting. It's true. I never looked at it from that perspective; another great reason that set them apart from the rest. I remember one of the criticisms of the time was that they didn't sound anything like their records. I agree that fast-cut interview style is so annoying and passé. Thanks for sharing, stairway!
  13. Hi Steve, I don't think they or we have to worry about their pension. I agree with you that at one point in time R&R was a young man's game. However, R&R has evolved and I don’t think that’s necessarily true today. I love good R&R regardless of who’s performing it. If I had to limit myself to seeing young male current acts, I’d be missing out on several different dimensions. For me, it's not about the age or gender of a performer. It’s about their music and how it inspires me. Amen to that! I love it! That’s my new motto. Thanks, JZ. I think your age
  14. Assuming you live in England, Lee mentioned 'Led Zeppelin: The Best of Live' playing at Vue Cinemas in this thread > Fans outside the 02 on the 10th of Dec.... Welcome to the forum!
  15. There's an audio interview with Robert here: http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/inde...-rolling-stone/ (Scroll down to the end of the article) Robert: Jason's woopin' everybody's ass now. Robert: The thing is, it's a huge, big reality and I guess it won't be 1973, it'll be 2007 with hints of all the different era's.
  16. There's an audio interview with Robert here: http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/inde...-rolling-stone/ (Scroll down to the end of the article) Robert: Jason's woopin' everybody's ass now. Robert: The thing is, it's a huge, big reality and I guess it won't be 1973, it'll be 2007 with hints of all the different era's.
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