Nearly forty years after its release, Led Zeppelin’s ‘Kashmir’ could be winning the band a Grammy next year.
The 2014 Grammy Nominations’ List has been released, and Zeppelin’s anthem – originally from the Physical Graffitti album – is in the Best Rock Performance Category, for the version on the Celebration Day rock concert album, recorded in 2007.
Also in the ‘Best Rock Performance’ category: David Bowie, Imagine Dragons, Queens of the Stone Age and Jack White.
Black Sabbath’s ‘God Is Dead?’ is up for ‘Best Metal Performance’ as well as ‘Best Rock Song’ alongside The Rolling Stones’ ‘Doom and Gloom’ and ‘Cut Me Some Slack’ from Dave Grohl’s Sound City project.
It’s a tough category in ‘Best Rock Album’ with Sabbath’s 13, David Bowie’s The Next Day, Kings of Leon’s Mechanical Bull, Zeppelin’s Celebration Day, Neil Young’s Psychedelic Pill and Queens of the Stone Age …Like Clockwork all nominated.
The 56th Grammy Awards will take place on January 26th in L.A.