They won! Led Zeppelin have been found NOT guilty of ripping off another artist’s guitar riff and using it in their classic hit, ‘Stairway To Heaven.’ So exciting!
Legendary musicians, Robert Plant, 67, and Jimmy Page, 72, have plenty of reason to celebrate! Over 40 years after their hit song, “Stairway To Heaven,” was released in 1971, the band Led Zeppelin has been cleared of charges for plagiarism.
The legendary rockers teamed up at the Lollapalooza festival in Argentina on March 21 for a surprise performance of the Led Zeppelin classic song and totally wowed the crowd with their rendition. Click to WATCH!
We’ve been waiting for a Led Zeppelin reunion with baited breath for years, but this might be the closest we’re going to get to it for now. Robert Plant, 66, joined forces with former White Stripes frontman Jack White, 39, to play one of the band’s big hits, “The Lemon Song,” at Argentina’s Lollapalooza festival. And guess what? They absolutely nailed it.
Robert crushed fans’ dreams when he pulled the plug on a Led Zeppelin reunion tour because he felt the timing wasn’t right. So heartbreaking!
It looks like you can’t buy a stairway to heaven after all. Robert Plant, 66, literally ripped up an $8 million contract that would have reunited legendary rock band Led Zeppelin for 35 shows in three cities, according to a new report.
Miley Cyrus continues her fascination with all things ’60s with a cover of a song popularized by Led Zeppelin. Listen to Miley’s cover of ‘Babe I’m Gonna Leave You’ below!
Miley Cyrus, 21, has once again proved her musical talent with a cover of Led Zeppelin‘s “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You.” With her psychedelic outfits of late, Miley is basically a walking tribute to the 1960s — and we kinda love it! You do you, Miley. Check out the cover below — you might be surprised by how much you like it!
The 35th Annual Kennedy Center Honors aired on Dec. 26 and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house during Heart’s tribute — watch the performance.
Heart had Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones incredibly touched during the “Stairway to Heaven” performance. Along with Heart, was a gospel choir and former honoree Yo-Yo Ma was nodding along.