17 C
Dublin, IE
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
No show scheduled
Advertisement
Home Tags Robert Plant

Tag: Robert Plant

You Can Listen To Led Zeppelin’s IV Album From Midnight...

Avatar
The fourth album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin was released on the 8th of November 1971 and you can...

Robert Plant Has Extinguished Hope Of A Led Zeppelin Reunion

Nova News Team
Zeppelin fans will be disappointed, but not surprised to hear that frontman Robert Plant has admitted that it's extremely unlikely that...

Robert Plant Explains Accidental Reference To ‘Stairway To Heaven’ In...

Nova News Team
After much speculation, it has finally been revealed that former Led Zeppelin front-man Robert Plant will be releasing a brand new...

Robert Plant Is Coming To Dublin!

Avatar
The legend behind Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant, has announced dates for Ireland and the UK. The singer will perform at Belfast's...

Is This The Name Of A New Album From Robert...

Nova News Team
A mysterious 28-second long clip has appeared on Robert Plant's social media channels and website. The short video seems to suggest...

AC/DC’s Former Front Man, Brian Johnson Turned Interviewer?

Avatar
AC/DC’s former front man Brian Johnston is hosting his own show. Johnson was forced to leave the band due to health reasons. He was replaced by Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose last March on the band’s recent ‘Rock Or Bust’ tour for U.S. and European dates after he was ordered by doctors to stop touring or face permanent hearing loss. He has since been working with specialists on a possible solution. According to Rolling Stone, he met with Stephen Ambrose, an in-ear technology specialist, and is hopeful that his work will improve his hearing loss. It seem Johnson has now turned his attention to TV. Sky Arts announced the new TV series titled Brian Johnson's Life On The Road which will see the rocker interview a host of big names from the world of rock and metal, with the first episode featuring The Who’s Roger Daltrey scheduled to air on April 28.

On This Day In Music: Led Zeppelin Appeared At The...

Avatar
On this day in 1969, Led Zeppelin appeared at the Bluesville 69 Club at the Hornsey Wood Tavern, Finsbury Park, London, England. The tiny venue was a function room at the back of the pub, and was so small that the stage was only just big enough for John Bonham’s drums. The rest of the group had to stand on the floor at the same level as the crowd. It was in stark contract to the massive arena concerts the band would go on to play. Page suggested that they attempt “Train Kept A-Rollin”, originally a jump blues song popularised in a rockabilly version by Johnny Burnette, which had been covered by the Yardbirds.

Led Zeppelin Exclusive – Listen To Previously Unreleased Live Recording...

Avatar
Listen to the never released recording of ‘What Is And Should Never Be’ from Led Zeppelin's concert in Paris. Last month we...

Led Zeppelin Denied Legal Fee Recuperation

Avatar
Lawyers for Led Zeppelin have lost their battle to receive recuperation of their legal expenses. The bands songwriters Jimmy Page and Robert...

Jimmy Page Overwhelmed By Fans Support During Copyright Trial

Avatar
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page has expressed his gratitude for his fans "deeply moving" response during the 'Stairway To Heaven' copyright trial. The...
Advertisement

Most Read (last 7 days)

Advertisement