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Robert Plant couldn't be happier that School Of Rock features Led Zeppelin classic Immigrant Song: "To give it to the kids is important"
Robert Plant credits Phil Collins for helping him launch his post-Zeppelin solo career: "He was taking no prisoners"
Dee Snider thinks there's a difference between "singers" and "frontmen", believes Robert Plant and Dio lacked stage presence, unlike real "performers" such as Freddie Mercury and Mick Jagger
Just when we thought all was peace and love in West London, there may be fresh trouble brewing between Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page and his least favourite neighbour
Here's a treat for Led Zeppelin fans: a super-rare recording of a 13-minute live version of Dazed And Confused from October 1969
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page reflects on the making of the band's 1976 album Presence, recorded in difficult circumstances in just three weeks
Jimmy Page has pretty much broken the internet with this photo of himself, Brian May, Bad News and Iron Maiden - and the anecdote he's shared with it ain't too bad either!
Robert Plant and Saving Grace pay tribute to Low singer Mimi Parker, whose death was announced at the weekend
Led Zeppelin albums ranked in the order you should set fire to them if held at gunpoint by a disgruntled ex-lover
We pay tribute to the Welsh cottages, pints of beer and pet dogs that made Led Zeppelin III possible
Close-up colour footage of Led Zeppelin onstage at 1970's Bath Festival has emerged after lying unseen for over 50 years
Led Zeppelin's In Through The Out Door failed to light the blue touch-paper, and their sign-off was more like a match fizzling out
The extraordinary footage comes from the show that gave the world Led Zeppelin's famous On Blueberry Hill bootleg
Lord Of The Rings prequel The Rings Of Power has finally dropped. Crank up these Tolkien-inspired bangers to celebrate
Robert Plant recalls his first rehearsal with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham: "It was just like, bang!"
It's 2008, Jimmy Page is thinking about going on the road, but Robert Plant isn't interested: Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler tells the story of crossing the Atlantic to audition
Robert Plant says he can sing Immigrant Song, but doing it again with Led Zeppelin still doesn't appeal