‘Let It Be’ engineer claims The Beatles & The Rolling Stones were not Led Zeppelin fans

While lots of artists can appreciate their rock star contemporaries, apparently members of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones didn’t quite understand the appeal of Led Zeppelin back in the day.Producer/engineer Glyn Johns, who worked on both The Beatles’ Let It Be and Zeppelin’s Led Zeppelin I, reveals on Rolling Stone’s Music Now podcast that George... Read More.

On This Day, May 31, 1948: Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham was born

On This Day, May 31, 1948...John Bonham was born in Redditch, Worcestershire, England.In 1968 he joined Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and bass player John Paul Jones to form Led Zeppelin, which went on to become one of the most legendary rock bands of all time.They released their self-titled debut album in... Read More.

Library of Congress picks classics by John Lennon, Led Zeppelin and more for the National Recording Registry

The Library of Congress has chosen 25 new recordings to join the National Recording Registry, including classics from John Lennon, Led Zeppelin and more.Recordings chosen for preservation based on their “cultural, historical or aesthetic importance" include such songs as Lennon’s “Imagine,” Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” and Eurhythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made... Read More.