Led Zeppelin was formed in the late 1960s in England and featured guitarist Jimmy Page, vocalist Robert Plant, drummer John Bonham and bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones.
Led Zeppelin were invited to play Woodstock, but their manager turned it down, fearing they would get lost in the shuffle of all of the bands on the bill.
On three occasions, the surviving members of Zeppelin, with John Bonham's son Jason taking his place on drums, have performed together as Led Zeppelin.
While you may not find as many Astrud Gilberto songs as you might for a performer like Bob Dylan or Led Zeppelin, you will be able to find a few.
The band was originally called The New Yardbirds, but after adding John Bonham and Jon Paul Jones to the mix, the band was renamed Led Zeppelin.
Although his solo albums didn't burn up the charts like a Zeppelin album, he consistently sold out arenas while touring solo, mostly with Zeppelin fans hoping (futilely, at this point), to hear some old Zep songs.
Because of these heavy guitar riffs, Plant's high pitched vocal stylings and Bonham's heavy on the backbeat drum beats, Led Zeppelin is often considered one of the first heavy metal bands.
This label, however, is completely inadequate to account for the myriad of genres that Led Zeppelin experimented with in their nine album, thirteen-year career.
Guns n' Roses, Led Zeppelin, Linkin Park, Jane's Addiction, OutKast, AC/DC, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, The Cure, Soundgarden and The Killers.
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