Here is the quick history on Jimmy Page’s famous “Dragon” Fender Telecaster that he used with Led Zeppelin and the actual guitar used to play the solo on “Stairway To Heaven.” The 1958 Blond Fender Telecaster was given to Page by Jeff Beck when they were both members of The Yardbirds. Here’s Beck playing what would become […]
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Pittsburgh Penguins Goalie Brent Johnson is obviously a huge fan Led Zeppelin having used Zeppelin themed Goalie mask throughout his career. Check these out…
This helmet uses the “Hermit” from Led Zeppelin IV back cover, Zeppelin’s symbols on top of the helmet, the Swan Song “Icarus” logo and the word “Penguins” in the Led Zeppelin font…
Syd Barrett’s silver Fender Esquire guitar with mirrored discs glued to the body was the guitar he was most often associated with and the guitar he “felt most close to.” He used this guitar with Pink Floyd and for his solo albums…. In what seems like a tribute to Syd Barrett, while with The Yardbirds, […]
Flipping through photos we noticed that another rocker, Scott Weiland wore a SS Nazi hat on stage with Velvet Revolver. Unlike Page it nearly got him arrested in Germany.
On September 25h, 1980 John Bonham died in an upstairs bedroom at The Old Mill House in Clewer, Windsor that was owned by Led Zeppelin bandmate Jimmy Page. Bonham was picked up by Led Zeppelin assistant Rex King to attend rehearsals at Bray Studios (below) for an upcoming North American tour, the band’s first since 1977, scheduled to commence on 17 October.
This legendary 1973 photo by Bob Gruen of Led Zeppelin standing in front of their own “Led Zeppelin Airplane” helped make the band bigger than life.
Here’s photo of Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page in 1977 on stage wearing a Nazi SS hat. Check out the hat and Adolf Hitler himself wearing it…
My two favorite bad ass, rock n’ roll photos. Queen (Freddie Mercury) July 11, 1986 Magic Tour, Wembley Stadium and Led Zeppelin Richfield Coliseum Ohio January 24, 1975.
Bebe Buell (born Beverle Lorence Buell on July 14, 1953, in Portsmouth, Virginia) is an American fashion model and singer, and Playboy magazine’s November 1974 Playmate of the Month. But what Buell is most famous for is being “The Ultimate” Rock N’ Roll Groupie” known for dating and marrying rock musicians.
“Presence” is the seventh studio album by Led Zeppelin, released by Swan Song Records on March 31, 1976. The cover, inside sleeve and back of the album features various images of people with a black obelisk-shaped object.