Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Ozzy Tops List of Greatest Guitar Riffs

Led Zeppelin tops the list of greatest guitar riffs of all time, according to Total Guitar Magazine. Tunes by Ozzy Osbourne and Deep purple also made the list of top riffs according to magazine readers voted for the greatest guitar riffs of all time. Here is the list: Here are the Top Ten . . .…

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New Led Zeppelin Biography Due in November

It’s never too early to think about holiday shopping, which is why a new Led Zeppelin –written by Bob Spitz‘s, titled Led Zeppelin: The Biography–is set for publication on November 9. If that date sounds familiar, it just over 50 years to the day of the release of Led Zeppelin‘s legendary untitled fourth album (Led Zeppelin IV).…

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New John Bonham Book Set for September Release

A new book focusing on the life of the late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham is due this September. Beast: John Bonham And The Rise Of Led Zeppelin by author C.M. Kushins, will be released via Hachette Books on Sept. 7. The book will include a forward written by Foo Fighters front man and Nirvana drummer Dave…

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Robert Plant Talks Free Weed With Willie Nelson in New Podcast

Some people give away cucumbers and tomatoes from their gardens. Willie Nelson gives weed. Robert Plant‘s Digging Deep podcast revealed just how generous the Farm Aid founder is on tour. Says the Led Zeppelin icon: “We played with Willie Nelson a couple — three months ago. He was traveling through his outlaw tour with his big bus,…

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Robert Plant, Bono, Joan Jett Unite to Help MusiCares

Covid 19 has hit the music community hard, and MusiCares, the non-profit organization that provides assistance to artists in need, is in need of funding.  Robert Plant, Tony Iommi, Bono and other artists are donating signed items that  are going up for auction to benefit MusiCares and its COVID-19 relief fund. The Led Zeppelin vocalist and the Black Sabbath lead guitarist…

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Rolling Stones Release Jimmy Page Collaboration (Video)

Ever wonder how a collaboration with The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page would sound like? In 1974, the Stones recorded a song, “Scarlet,” with Page, and you can finally hear the musical melding of the titans today. The previously unheard song was recorded in October 1974 featuring Page on guitar alongside Keith…

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