Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin was born on this day.
John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin was born on this day.
John Bonham, drummer of the band Led Zeppelin, was born on this day.
Led Zeppelin made its performance debut in England.
The New Yardbirds played their first concert. The band later changed their name to Led Zeppelin.
Led Zeppelin began its first U.S. tour in Boston
Led Zeppelin's debut album was released, the name of the album was Led Zeppelin in 1969.
'Led Zeppelin II' was released along with the start of Led Zeppelin's third U.S. tour.
Led Zeppelin performed as 'The Nobs' in Denmark after the family of Ferdinand von Zeppelin threatened a lawsuit.
Led Zeppelin won the Best Group catergory in the 'Melody Maker' poll, the first time since The Beatles.
Led Zeppelin received their fifth Gold album for 'Houses of the Holy.'
$180,000 of Led Zeppelin's money is stolen from a New York hotel safe deposit box.
A Led Zeppelin concert was filmed for the movie 'The Song Remains the Same'.
About a thousand Led Zeppelin fans riot while waiting for tickets to go on sale at Boston Garden. About $30,000 was done in damage and the show was cancelled by Boston Mayor Kevin White.
Three Led Zeppelin concerts and Madison Square Garden sold out in a record four hours.
All six Led Zeppelin albums released up to that date were in the US chart during the same week.
With a record setting 5 sold out shows, Led Zeppelin played what many consider to be the finest performances of the band's career, at Earls Court in London.
Led Zeppelin's film, 'The Song Remains the Same', premiered in London.
Led Zeppelin broke the record for the largest indoor-audience ever to see a single act concert, by performing for 76,229 faithful fans at the Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan on this day in 1977. What's most impressive is that their tour in support of the 'Presence' album was promoted almost entirely by word of mouth.
Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham and the group's manager, Peter Grant, were charged with assault after a backstage fracas at Oakland Coliseum in California. Bill Graham brought the charges of battery and received an out-of-court settlement of around $2 million dollars.
On this day in 1978, Page, Plant, Bonham and Jones reconvened at Clearwell Castle in Gloucester to begin rehearsals for what would become their final album, 'In Through The Out Door.' Recording began the following fall.
The legendary drummer of Led Zeppelin, John 'Bonzo' Bonham passes away.
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones made the announcement of their decision not to re-form Led Zeppelin in the wake of the death of drummer John 'Bonzo' Bonham.
Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin got a 12-month conditional discharge after being found guilty of possession of cocaine.
After John Bonham's death in 1979, the remaining members of the band have only reunited to perform together 3 times. Today in 1988, Led Zeppelin re-formed for Atlantic's 40th birthday celebration, with Jason Bonham on drums replacing his late father.
Led Zeppelin members Robert Plant and Jimmy Page reunited in a London studio to record their MTV 'Unplugged' show. The show was called 'Unledded'.
A former Led Zeppelin fan was arrested for trying to stab Jimmy Page at a Page and Robert Plant concert.
A cover of the Led Zeppelin classic 'What Is And What Should Never Be' by Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes became available for free download exclusively from Musicmaker.com.
Led Zeppelin topped the list of Classic Rock Magazine's 'Best Live Acts of All Time.' The Who were voted in at No. 2 and AC/DC at No. 3.