When Led Zeppelin formed in 1968, we were incapable of predicting the magical madness soon to follow. This rare clip shows that…
Zeppelin remains unequaled in their abilities to project supreme rock and roll confidence while simultaneously flaunting a harmonic brilliance. A band known for their heavy face melting rock often subtly added lyrics that contained complex literary meanings.
Zeppelin could exercise restraint when necessary displaying their talents on both ends of the spectrum creating rock symphonies. Led Zeppelin quickly rose to the biggest rock band in the world, selling out the largest arenas in minutes. They were an ensemble of brothers that received a crushing blow in 1980 when drummer John Bohnam died. The band made the decision not to continue without their fallen brother-this was the end of Led Zeppelin.
They have held true to that promise today. Aside from rare one of song cameos, Led Zeppelin has never played together again. In honor of that decision:
11 Live Led Zeppelin Performances (One Song From Every Year)*
Dazed and Confused (1968)
Sunshine Women (1969)
Moby Dick (1970)
Black Dog (1971)
Immigrant Song (1972)
Misty Mountain Hop (1973)
Hey Joe (Jimi Hendrix Cover) (1974)
Stairway To Heaven (1975)
No Quarter (1976)
Going to California (1977)
*Could not find anything live for 1978 and 1980