Celebration Day

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Crunching The Numbers On A Led Zeppelin Reunion Tour

Twenty million people tried to buy tickets to Led Zeppelin’s lone reunion show in 2007 at London’s O2 Arena. Take a moment and let the crushing hugeness of that number sink in. For Zeppelin to perform for 20 million different people, it would take roughly 1,000 shows at New York arena Madison Square Garden.

02/20/2013

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2012 Artists In Review: Led Zeppelin

As 2012 comes to a close, we’re revisiting the year’s biggest stories through the lens of some of our station’s biggest artists. They’re still one of the most popular bands ever: Led Zeppelin Status: Defunct since 1980. […]

12/28/2012

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Led Zeppelin To Appear On ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ Monday

The Robert Plant/Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones “reunion” will last at least one more day: Plant, Page and Jones will be visiting fellow Kennedy Center honoree David Letterman less than 24 hours after The Kennedy Center Honors, as they appear on “Late Show With David Letterman” Monday night.

11/30/2012

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Watch Led Zeppelin Reunite For ‘Black Dog’ – From ‘Celebration Day’ Film

For fans who haven’t had the chance to see “Celebration Day,” Zeppelin has released its hard-rocking performance of “Black Dog” from its 2007 reunion show.

11/16/2012

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Robert Plant Knocked Over By Crazed Fan In Argentina

Robert Plant took a spill when a deranged fan stormed the stage during his performance in Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 1. The stage invasion happened while Plant and his band, The Sensational Space Shifters, were finishing their take on Led Zeppelin’s classic “Rock And Roll.” The man rushed the stage, but security quickly tackled him and shut down his attempt to approach the former Zeppelin frontman.

11/07/2012

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Led Zeppelin’s ‘Celebration Day’ Film Not Loud Enough In Theaters

It seems as though Led Zeppelin’s “Celebration Day,” a film showcasing the band’s 2007 one-off reunion show in London, isn’t cranking it to 11 in movie theaters across the U.S.

10/19/2012

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Jimmy Page: “My Greatest Achievement…”

Jimmy Page regularly tops guitar player polls in magazines, websites and TV countdowns, and most music fans would say deservedly so. But in the book Light And Shade: Conversations With Jimmy Page, he says that his biggest contribution isn’t necessarily the instrument that his name has become synonymous with.

10/10/2012

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Led Zeppelin’s “Celebration Day”: “We Were So Happy We Were Actually Getting It Right”

The members of the band dodged questions about their future but seemed to enjoy each other’s company, and took a lot of pride in their performance as captured in the film. Jimmy Page expressed relief that the show went as well as it did, saying the band was “uncomfortable” with their reunion performances at Live Aid (in 1985) and the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary Concert (in 1988).

10/09/2012

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Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones Cagey On Future Led Zeppelin Plans

Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, the founding members of Led Zeppelin, were all on hand in London on Friday for a press conference marking the release of Celebration Day, a concert film documenting the band’s 2007 two-hour reunion show, their first headline concert in 27 years, at London’s O2 Arena.

09/21/2012

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Led Zeppelin To Attend Kennedy Center Honors, Announce Press Conference and ‘Celebration Day’ Formats

Last week, the Kennedy Center announced that Led Zeppelin would be honored at their annual Kennedy Center Honors ceremony. This morning, the band confirmed, via a press release, that they will attend the prestigious event, which takes place in Washington, D.C. on December 3 (and which airs on CBS on December 26).

09/21/2012

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