An intimate and fun-filled trip down memory lane chronicling the birth of one of music's biggest legends.
What makes rock legend? The roar of the music, the screams of the crowd or simply the charisma esuded by a rare band of brothers who have the remarkable capability to rock the world. All of these answers, and many more, can be applied to Led Zeppelin, the true masters of such eternal rock classics as Stairway To Heaven and Whole Lotta Love.
When glam-rock took over the 1970's music scene, Led Zeppelin danced to their own tune, tuning out wilder, raunchier and more powerful sounds that delighted audiences on an international scale. With the dynamics vocals and golden boy looks of Robert Plant, the mesmerizing guitar and bass of Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones and last, but very definitely not least, the magnificent drumming of John Bonham, Led Zeppelin had a line-up that would rock on, or so it seemed, forever and a day.
But Led Zeppelin, like so many rock legends, found that there was a high price to pay for living life in the fast lane. When John Bonham died tragically in 1980, at the age of 32, Led Zeppelin was disbanded, as the remaining members hadn't the heart to continue without the "Big Guy" on the drums. The fact that more than twenty years down the line, the music of Led Zeppelin lives on, is testament to the power of this true rock phenomenon that will never be forgotten.