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  1. Original Artwork for Led Zeppelin’s Debut Album Headed to Auction George Hardie’s stipple tracing of Sam Shere’s Hindenburg photo expected to fetch between $20,000 and $30,000 By Jon Blistein The original artwork on the cover of Led Zeppelin’s 1969 self-titled debut album will be auctioned off via Christie’s during a sale scheduled for June 2nd through 18th. The cover was designed by George Hardie and based on photographer Sam Shere’s famous 1937 photograph of the Hindenburg disaster. It’s estimated to fetch between $20,000 to $30,000, and Christie’s senior specialist
  2. Mark Lanegan’s New album is released today featuring JPJ on keyboards on one track http://www.marklanegan.com
  3. Here's possibly the first photographic evidence of Led Zeppelin performing in Las Vegas. It's from a print purchased in the 1980s from a Los Angeles photographer. On the back, along with his contact info he wrote the date: 1969 August 7.
  4. By James Vukmirovic | Kidderminster | Coronavirus A Kidderminster sportswear company making scrubs for healthcare workers has received the support of rock legend Robert Plant. The Led Zeppelin singer and local resident made a donation worth several thousand pounds to help MG Sportswear keep supporting the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic. The donation is one of many MG has received since starting a Go Fund Me page to raise funds to get the fabrics to make scrubs. Business manager Kim Calder said the firm would normally be preparing clothing for school and sports tours
  5. Here's another article, which help date this photo as May 1972
  6. BIG EARS FESTIVAL / COVID-19 CANCELLATION https://bigearsfestival.org/big-ears-festival-covid-19-cancellation/
  7. [03/05/2020] John Paul Jones' collaboration with Helge Sten - 'Minibus Pimps' - will be performing @ Lost Music Festival at the Labarinto Della Masone, in Italy on the 14th June. More info here: https://www.lostmusicfestival.com
  8. Lots of fake Mexican 45s around. Sometimes the record is real, with a fake sleeve. Some also have fake labels.
  9. From photographer Jorgen Angel: 50th anniversary Limited Edition prints. Celebrating 50 years of The Whoosh Picture with a very special offer. The edition is only 150 prints plus 15 Artist Proof prints. Each print is numbered and signed. The special high quality print is 50x50 cm / 20x20 inch with a white border around the actual image. The price is only US$120 including shipping and handling anywhere in the world. To order, please write me at sales@angel.dk and I will send you payment instructions. On 28 February 1970 I took this picture at a Led Zeppelin conc
  10. Pete Fulwell Tributes have been paid following the death of Pete Fulwell, who was a major figure in the Merseyside music scene over several decades. He said: “In the early 1970s, he set up the Modula design company in Liverpool, which supplied all of Top Rank’s posters for the entire country. "He pitched to Peter Grant, manager of Led Zeppelin, for the poster for the band’s Wembley Empire Pool shows (on November 20 and 21, 1971). "The famous ‘Electric Magic’ poster was designed by Modula’s Steve Hardstaff (also a lecturer at Liverpool College of Art) and Pete got Peter to a
  11. Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains the Same Sunday, March 8th, 2020 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Ruth Sokolof Theater 1340 Mike Fahey Street Omaha, NE $5.00 Member 7.50 Student, Teacher, Military & Senior 10 General https://filmstreams.org/films/led-zeppelin-the-song-remains-the-same Sights on Sounds is an ongoing series for fans of great music and great stories. Hosted by Patrick Kinney. Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains the Same is a most unusual concert film weaving hallucinatory dreams sequences and interviews with numbers from a raucous Madison Square Garden show.
  12. Robert Plant: “There was no infrastructure in Zeppelin!” How the singer escaped the gravitational pull of his old band The new issue of Uncut – in shops now or available to order online by clicking here – features an exclusive interview with Robert Plant about his intrepid post-Zeppelin travels, from the Retford Porterhouse to the Malian desert. As a new boxset entitled Digging Deep assembles key songs from his first eight solo albums, Plant looks back on many marvellous sonic adventures while a string of collaborators, including Phil Collins and Justin Adams, share insight
  13. It's a single disc compilation of the 2-DVD release and was originally shown at the DVD / HTWWW premieres in May 2003.
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    Rescheduled to 2021: Saving Grace featuring Robert Plant & Suzi Dian Black Deer Festival of Americana and Country Music Tickets / Info: https://blackdeerfestival.com/line-up/saving-grace-ft-robert-plant-suzi-dian/
  15. John Paul Jones at the Frankfurt Music Show. (exact date unknown)
  16. i believe Tom's pics are definitely Dec. 3. That's his ticket.
  17. I also had these ones as "Dec. 4": (photographer unknown)
  18. Stars & Stripes review Frankfurt 1984: Different shoes, so guessing these are from 12/4? Photos by Tom Haack
  19. Great! I don't recall seeing pics with Detective and JP before. Just the one where he's sleeping in the background.
  20. https://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/july-23-1973
  21. I've asked Jason... He said his dad didn't own a RUSH album and never mention Peart to him. Jason first heard them for the first time around 1981/1982, on the 2112 LP and was blown away.
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