Jimmy Page & John Bonham

James Patrick Jimmy Page, OBE (born 9 January 1944) is an English guitarist, songwriter, and record producer. John Henry Bonham (31 May 1948 – 25 September 1980) was an English musician and songwriter, best known as the drummer of Led Zeppelin. 5.0/5

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Jimmy Page thinks would probably play together again if John Bonham were still alive. Watch:…
good morning myRockworld, on this Day 1968, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham played...
Mitch Mitchell, John Bonham or Hendrix or Jimmy Page or Bill Ward or Neal Peart. How can you pick just one.…
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Bonham on dirt bikes. Follow us on Instagram
1971 "Stairway To Heaven" by Led Zeppelin is first played live at Ulster Hall, Belfast by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham and
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Bonham on their motorcycles, 1970
inside out:. John Paul Jones on lead guitar. John Bonham on rhythm guitar. Jimmy Page on bass. Robert Plant o…
"On Bass Guitar John Paul Jones, on the drums John Bonham, the guitar Jimmy Page and myself
Headed to a historic venue to see this guy that was in a band with my childhood heros, Jimmy Page and John Bonham.
John Bonham and Jimmy Page en route to the Forum, 1971
Jimmy Page on stage with Robert Plant & John Bonham in Germany, 1973.
I love when Jimmy Page and John Bonham have that one part in Dazed And Confused. It's amazing
Today in 1980, John Bonham died @ 32 @ Jimmy Page's house after drinking 40 shots of vodka in 4 hours. ht…
Robert Plant and Jimmy Page performing at Earl's Court, London, May 1975. John Bonham (1948 - 1980) is behind the kit
Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix on guitar, Flea on bass, Neil Pert (or John Bonham on drums) with Freddy Mercury doing vocals.
J-Do talks to Jimmy Page about Lucifer Rising, Presence & John Bonham for British Masters
Jimmy Page reflects on the end of Led Zeppelin and losing ‘bosom buddy’ John Bonham | National Post
Flashing Lights - Jimmy Page claims that Sutch tricked him, John Bonham, Jeff Beck and Noel Redding into playing here
Jimmy Page spoke about the album that never happened due to John Bonham's passing htt…
Watching Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham all shred at the same time must've been amazing
Everyone wants to be Jimmy Page, Robert Plant or John Bonham but sometimes you have to be John Paul Jones for awhile.
John Bonham, Jimmy Page & John Paul Jones backstage at the Bath Festival, 1970.
Always loved the music of Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham & John Paul Jones. But now stopped listening because the band has Led in it.
New favorite: The Very Best of Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham by Jimmy Page
On September 25, 1980 drummer John Bonham was found dead in Jimmy Page's home.
Led Zeppelin: Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Bonham sitting on a couple of Suzuki 2-strokes and a Yamaha 3-wheeler
nah man, it's Jimmy Page, Robert Plant & John Bonham man 😂. Might be thinking of Jimi Hendrix?
Jimmy Page performed for the first time since the death of John Bonham on this day in 1981. Here's the full story:
34 years ago today, Jimmy Page performed on stage for the first time since the the passing of John Bonham:
Spending this delivery shift with Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones.. It is glorious to say the least
Our SuperGroup is turning into Led Zeppelin! We've got John Bonham & Jimmy Page... Who should our bassist be? VOTE:
Jimmy Page & John Bonham at Led Zeppelin in Concert at Sports Arena - 6-23-1972
Today at 10 am The Way Back Show takes a look at the career of Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin were an English rock band that consisted of guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. Formed in London in 1968, the group's heavy, guitar-driven sound, rooted in blues and psychedelia on their early albums, has earned them recognition as one of the progenitors of heavy metal, though their unique style drew from a wide variety of influences, including folk music. After changing their name from the New Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin signed a deal with Atlantic Records that afforded them considerable artistic freedom. Although the group was initially unpopular with critics, they achieved significant commercial success with albums such as Led Zeppelin (1969), Led Zeppelin II (1969), Led Zeppelin III (1970), their untitled fourth album (1971), Houses of the Holy (1973), and Physical Graffiti (1975). Their fourth album, which features the track "Stairway To Heaven" ...
Watched "The Song Remains the Same." Going to hospital now because my arms fell off from watching John Bonham and Jimmy Page do their stuff.
John Bonham and Jimmy Page showing that rock star swagger [1970]
Okay ... here's another question: What rock band was made up of Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page,. and John Bonham?
Jimmy Page the Guitar God, had stopped playing guitar for 3 years when his bandmate John Bonham died.
no it won't, nothing like Jimmy Page, Rob Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones
Thank you Robert Plant. Thank you Jimmy Page. Thank you John Bonham. Thank you John Paul Jones.
John Bonham on bass and Jimmy Page, at the Pontiac Silverdome, 1977.
What should my middle name be? I was thinking something along the lines of Jimmy Page, maybe John Paul Jones? Robert Plant? John Bonham?
Jimmy Page on why Led Zeppelin didn't continue after John Bonham's death...
+vows to play drums as good as John Bonham someday+ +and guitar like Jimmy Page+
Pete Townshend vs. Led Zeppelin - Both bands had the best drummers in the world (Keith Moon & John Bonham), both bands had arguably the best lead guitarist of the time and both Pete and Jimmy Page played a double neck Gibson SG.
One of the most respected blues artists by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones Official and John Bonham-...
Okay. Here's the thing. Miley is definitely talented, but her back up instrumental people are not Jimmy Page and John Bonham.
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apparently it wasn't John Bonham I saw, as he's dead. It was actually Jimmy Page.
Photo: soundsof71: John Bonham, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page with Sandy Denny, who dueted with Robert on...
Today, one of the most influential frontmen in all of rock & roll celebrates his 66th birthday: the tremendously talented Robert Plant! You may be familiar with a not-so-little blues rock band he started up with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones Official, and the late John Bonham a few decades back, but this pioneering rock vocalist and gifted songwriter has done much and more since. Help us wish iconic siren a happy birthday and tell us your top songs from his ever-growing repertoire!
BIRTHDAY WISHES: Jason Bonham was born today in 1966 in Duddley, West Midlands, England. Descended from Rock And Roll royalty, Jason Bonham, son of Led Zeppelin's John Bonham, certainly possesses the DNA that most aspiring drummers would kill to have coursing through their veins. But with the name comes expectation, and it's to Jason's credit that he's been able to carry his father's legacy with pride and consummate skill. Bonham first began playing drums at the age of four. By 17 he had joined that band Air Race, followed by the band Virginia Wolf in 1985, and toured the U.S. supporting The Firm, a project put together by former Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Later in 1988, he joined Page for his "Outrider" album and subsequent tour. Over the course of his career, Jason Bonham has been part of some memorable collaborations, from the Led Zeppelin reunion shows of 1988 (Atlantic Records' 40th anniversary concert) and 2007, to forming his own band, which released an album, "The Disregard Of Timekeeping" ...
Born today in1966 Jason Bonham, drummer/son of John Bonham. Played w/ Jimmy Page and
All the hoopla surrounding the new re-issues of the first three Zep albums has sent me spiraling down into the Zep hole. This happens about twice a year. While down in the hole, I compiled what I feel would have been the ultimate Zep concert culling from 'How The West Was Won', 'The Song Remains The Same' and the BBC stuff. Here it is, the ultimate Zep show.   1.) L.A. Drone (72) Just an anticipatory roar.   2.) The Immigrant Song (72) Stretching out on the very first song. That's how they do.   3.) Heartbreaker (72) John Bonham is super frisky here. Something must have kicked in. Only they would do an extended guitar solo in the second song. It gives us a nice chance to check out Jimmy Page's tones. Which are nice.   4.) Black Dog (72) How can a song that has such a weird meter be an enduring classic? Does anyone really understand what's going on here? I feel like I kinda do.   5.) Over The Hills And Far Away (72) Here's a good example of their dynamic range. They can go from being the quietest band ...
That bit in Black Dog where it sounds like Jimmy Page & John Bonham are playing at different tempos always make me feel a bit uncomfortable.
42 years ago, Led Zeppelin played in San Bernardino Berdu (2CD Cobra Standard Series 010) Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, California 6/19 gets a lot of critical acclaim and 6/25 is the crowd favorite (myself included) but this unsung show has much to offer. The very good/excellent audience recording is well balanced. Phenomenal playing from Jimmy Page - he's on fire from the start and gets nastier as the show progresses. A strong string of openers eventually leads to a very special Dazed (more satisfying than on 6/25 but unfortunately placed out of proper sequence here, on this Cobra release). Robert Plant and John Bonham are in humorous moods. San Bernardino is a kind of cow town approximately 45 minutes east of Los Angeles. The crowd is rough around the edges, and Plant pokes a little fun at them in his American cowboy accent. No Houses of The Holy previews, except for the Crunge reference in Dazed, and no opulent encores. This is the stripped down, basic US '72 set list performed by all four b ...
Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, John Bonham and of course, The voice!
Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, John Bonham, Noel Redding (and others) all together! For something that the BBC called "the worst album of all time". Isn't it a lovely story? Turn it loud against your boring neighbours! (1970)
but Led Zep IS the best rock band ever. Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, John Bonham (R.I.P.) all revolutionary:)
Jimmy Page is great but I figured it out. John Bonham made Led Zeppelin
Ref. 336B ROCK 'N' RUMOUR, Led Zeppelin. PLAGIARISM. Whole Lotta Love. In late 1968, Led Zeppelin began pioneering a heavier, more metallic-sounding form of rock geared for FM radio's new album-oriented stereo format. By combining a slashing electric guitar and wailing vocals with a rhythmic bass and locomotive drums, the band quickly became the darlings of better stereo systems and large indoor arenas—and inspired several generations of metal-driven rockers, writes Marc Myers. When "Whole Lotta Love" was released in October 1969, it appeared first on "Led Zeppelin II," the band's second album, and then as a single weeks later—with a shorter edit for AM radio. While the single reached No. 4 on Billboard's pop chart, the album shot to No. 1 in November, and a three-month battle with the Beatles' "Abbey Road" for the top spot ensued. With the reissue of Led Zeppelin's first three albums on Tuesday by Atlantic Records, guitarist Jimmy Page, 70, recording engineer George Chkiantz, 70, and final-mix engine ...
Jimmy Page and John Bonham on stage at Southampton University on March 11, 1971.
A musician is a person who plays one or many musical instrument and is also referred to as an instrumentalist. History has given us some really notable music composers and performers the likes of which include names of people like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig Van Beethoven. Just like everything else, music too evolved through the ages to churn out various genres. The most noticeable evolution took place in the last 50 years. There was the Rock ‘N Roll era, which preceded the music of the 1980’s. Music underwent yet another slight change and evolved into the music of the 1990’s which was followed by pop music, house, club, trans and many others. To say that the Hall Of Fame is reserved only for the classical musicians would be folly because even the new age music has given us people who have become legends in their own right. We have seen guitarists like Jimmy Hendrix and Jimmy Page (of Led Zepplin), drummers like Mike Portnoy (of the band Dream Theater) and John Bonham ( ...
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I'd take out a $3 loan and go with Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones, and Robert Plant.. can't go wrong with Led Zeppelin!
Spent the day playing Led Zep's studio catalog in honor of John Bonham's birthday. Threw down many strawberry daiquiri's during the session. To me, Led Zep was all about bass & drums. Robert Plant did a lot of screaming & Jimmy Page played the same riff over & over & over & over & over again, but the end result was one great studio LP after the other. It's such a shame John Bonham was responsible for his own accidental death from doing 40 shots followed by 40 beer chasers. What was he trying to achieve that night?
My fav Memorial Day 2014 moment was watching the Led Zeppelin Reunion Concert on AXS.TV ... Robert Plant .. Jimmy Page .. John Paul Jones .. & Jason Bonham sitting in on drums for his late father John Bonham ... over 2 hrs of excellent music .. hit after hit after hit ... it was awesome*
WOW!!! Truly inspirational. It's the tribute to Led Zeppelin when they received their Kennedy Center Honors. If you haven't seen this before, you must. If you have seen it before, you know you'll want to watch again. With Ann & Nancy Wilson of Heart.. and John Bonham's son, Jason on drums! I love the looks on faces of John Paul Jones, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page throughout. Love this performance!! (And in front of the President & First Lady too!)
When Led Zeppelin lost their drummer John Bonham from drinking himself to death. That was pretty much the end of the band. They were rehearsing at Jimmy Page's house and he had like 8 drinks of vodka and passed out at the end of the night. And wound up suffocating on his own vomit.
"Kashmir" is a song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin from their sixth album Physical Graffiti, released in 1975. It was written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (with contributions from John Bonham) over a period of three years with lyrics dating to 1973. The song became a concert staple, being p…
Roger Waters, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, John Paul Jones, John Bonham. Good Luck working out who's in what. 😂😂
every time I hear the beginning of Zeppelin When the Levee Breaks I think of a bunch of cowboys like fighting at the O.k Corral or something with the Drum Pattern of John Bonham.. and that guitar riff of Jimmy Page.
To my top 5 classic rock band members:. Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Ray Manzarek, Dave Grohl and Gem Archer, I say thank you.
Jimmy Page. Robert Plant. John Bonham. John Paul Jones. Divine figures of this earth and beyond.
Led Zeppelin movie is on Palladia. John Bonham and Jimmy Page were unfair together.
An emotional Tribute to John Henry Bonham from sister Deborah Bonham. Salty Dog drummer Khurt Maier. Deborah absolutely killed this song. Pat Bonham (John's widow), Jason (son) and Zoe (daughter) were in attendance. There are drummers and there are DRUMMERS. John Henry "Bonzo" Bonham was the latter. The anchor of the heaviest band ever to grace the stage, Led Zeppelin, and undoubtedly the best drummer in rock 'n' roll history, he died on this day 30 years ago. After a day of heavy drinking, he was put to bed at band member Jimmy Page's home and was found the next morning by his other bandmate, John Paul Jones. A sad day in rock history. When one thinks of this incident, Don McLean's song "American Pie" comes to mind because an aspect of music definitely died that day. "Bonzo: The Groove Remains The Same," a tribute in honor of the legendary sticksman, September 25, 2010 at the Key Club in Los Angeles, California. The program features a plethora of renowned drummers. Here's a list of drummers who performed ...
“Jimmy Page, John Bonham and Robert Plant - Led Zeppelin they look like kids who…
Led Zeppelin (1968-1980) Robert Plant (vocals) 1968-1980 Jimmy Page (lead guitar) 1968-1980 John Paul Jones (bass) 1968-1980 John Bonham (drums) 1968-1980 The band broke up when John Bonham died after a drinking binge at Jimmy Page's house on September 25, 1980. Page was a session musician from 1963-1966. He worked with Cliff Richard, Burt Bacharach, The Kinks, The Who, and Donovan, among others. Page formed The New Yardbirds in 1968, which would then become Led Zeppelin. They got the idea for the name from Keith Moon. Before Page joined the Yardbirds, he got together with Moon (who was upset with his role in The Who at the time), John Paul Jones, Nicky Hopkins and Jeff Beck, and they discussed forming a band. Moon stated that this band would go down like a "Lead Balloon," and soon thereafter he worked out his problems with The Who and the project fell apart. One song is known to exist from these sessions, and that is the Page written song "Beck's Bolero" which appeared on Jeff Beck's first solo album, Tr ...
A collaboration with Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Jeff Beck, Nicky Hopkins, Noel Redding and many more. follow this...
Jimmy Page and John Bonham, best guitars and perscusion ever, of super Led Zeppelin, best music group ever !
I must still be half asleep. A customer has just said 'It must be a bit easier working Saturday mornings with Led Zeppelin'. She was obviously referring to the fact I was playing 'Babe I'm gonna leave you' on the stereo but I just looked back blankly at her, my head full of images: John Bonham on the till ( I'd say he would be pretty good), John Paul out on his 8th cigarette break of the morning, Jimmy Page making cuppas, Robert Plant out back trying on women's jeans that were two sizes too small.
Led Zeppelin with full biography. In 1966, Jimmy Page joined the blues-influenced rock band The Yardbirds on bass. When Jeff Beck left in October 1966, Jimmy took up the duties of lead guitar. On July 1968, The Yardbirds played their final gig in England. Due to commitments, Page and Dreja continued on as The Yardbirds, but hadto find a drummer and singer to complete the lineup. Along came Robert Plant and John Bonham to take up singing and drumming duties, respectively. Shortly after, John Paul Jones would replace Chris Dreja on bass. On September 7, 1968, the four played their first date together at Gladsaxe Teen Clubs in Gladsaxe. Later that month, they would take 9 days to record and mix their debut album. With a suggestion by The Who's Keith Moon, they changed their name to Led Zeppelin on October 14, 1968. The first show under the new name came on October 25, 1968 at the University of Surrey in Guildford. November 1968, with the help of Peter Grant, the boys were signed with Atlantic Records, with o ...
Features: . Description:On December 10, 2007, Led Zeppelin took the stage at Londonâs O2 Arena to headline a tribute concert for dear friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. What followed was a two-hour-plus tour de force of the bandâs signature blues-infused rock ânâ roll that instantly became part of the legend of Led Zeppelin. Founding members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were joined by Jason Bonham, the son of their late drummer John Bonham, to perform 17 songs from their celebrat
.I was surprised at how good they still sound.Robert Plant is 65 and Jimmy Page is 70! John Bonham's son Jason is playing drums.
Jimmy Page. 70 today. Long time. Equivalent to 3 John Bonham drum solos or slightly shorter than this
Jimmy Page = Best Guitarist of all time. John Bonham = Greatest drummer of all time.
Jimmy Page is celebrating his 70th birthday today. Even at 70, his music will keep him young. Here's some early pictures of the birthday boy. Happy Birthday Mr. Page! w/ Led Zeppelin Official, Led Zeppelin ~ Ultimate Fan Page, The Yardbirds, Jim McCarty, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones Official, John Bonham, Eddie Kramer
Jimmy Page, Robert Plan, John Bonham, & John Paul Jones; thank you for bringing so much happiness into my life with your amazing music
I have really not changed for many years... John Bonham is still my favorite drummer, I love Jimmy Page, but also EC and George Harrison... this is not up for debate. Yes there are many more questions.. the best "Yes" drummer? Mr. White (love him very much) lives here, but I'm, unfortunately a Bill Bruford fan... *** the bad luck! :)
Patrick Carney This week in Rock n' Roll History (1972) - Led Zeppelin's fifth tour of the U.K. sells out in four hours. Jimmy Page says: "When I heard the news about the tickets, I felt humbled." The tickets went on sale at the princely sum of $1.50 each. The tour was preceded by two warm-up shows in Montreux, Switzerland, and rehearsals at the Rainbow Theatre in London, before formally kicking off at Newcastle upon Tyne. This was Led Zeppelin's longest ever tour of the United Kingdom, and the original 110,000 tickets for the 25 dates sold out within four hours of box offices opening simultaneously on 10 November. Two dates, in Bradford and Preston respectively, needed to be postponed as a result of singer Robert Plant contracting influenza after the car in which he and drummer John Bonham were traveling broke down on the way to a concert in Sheffield on 2 January. An additional date was also added at Southampton University on 22 January. Led Zeppelin experts Dave Lewis and Simon Pallet have characterize ...
You know you're the child of a drummer (Joe Willett) when you pay more attention to Charlie Watts, John Bonham and Don Henley than you do Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, and Glen Frey. You also play air drums rather than air guitar.
Photo: Led Zeppelin in 1969. From left to right: Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham (bottom), and John...
"If I could have a private lesson with any musician it would be...John Bonham or Jimmy Page" :)
Jimmy Page & Robert Plant wrote Stairway To Heaven after John Bonham triple-dog-dared them to spend a night in the Winchester Mystery House.
Robert Plant revisits the music of his Sensational youth - Members of the Led Zeppelin, from left, John Bonham, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, pose with singer Sandy Denny in London in 1970.
I wanted to poke some fun at the guys sittin in with Jason Bonham like insert garage band here but truthfully while there was no John Paul Jones or Jimmy Page and the fat Wilson sister is no Robert Plant (although she may have eaten him) they pulled it off nicely! How cool is it to get to play some of the most rocked music of all time!
Led Zeppelin is my favorite band. Gaah. I love them so much. Like woah, their amazing. Robert Plant's voice SOUNDS LIKE ANGELS right there. Whatever they may sound like. Jimmy Page's stroke of his guitar, pure genius. John Paul Jones, geeez he's just amazing. John Bonham, OH MY GOD, I mean, woooah. His skills on the drums are wicked cool. And when you put all this amazingly insane talent, what do you get? GODS. You get gods, enough said. Their talent is ungodly. I've never heard anything quite so amazing. I'm gonna stop listening to all my *** music and just listen to Zeppelin, I love them that much. Thanks Jude, thanks for showing me these gods for musicians. By the way, this is definitely Jesse. I kid you not. Psstt. -DEFINITELY NOT JUDE.
1948- Led Zeppelin’s unique and powerful drummer, the legendary John Bonham (back left), enters the world. In early Zeppelin promotional materials he is tagged as the “champion beer drinker in England.” Sadly, drink eventually does him in at age 32. 1961 - In a “purple haze” Jimi Hendrix signs up for a three year Army hitch. 1969 - With Steve Winwood and Jimmy Page backing him, how could Joe Cocker miss? He couldn’t. His “With A Little Help From My Friends” album hits the charts. 1975 - The Eagles release “One Of These Nights.” 1976 - The Who earns the title as “the loudest Rock band ever.” Their concert at the Charlton Athletic Grounds in England hits 120 decibels according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Any wonder Townshend constantly complains of hearing loss? 1977 - Emerson, Lake & Palmer embark on their U.S. tour to support their mammoth “Works, Volume One” album backed by a 70-piece orchestra. 1979- Supertramp play Madison Square Garden. While on stage they are a ...
In my top 10 best-ever concerts I've been to. 2000, 10th row center at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Was great hearing these songs with a 6-piece band that could cover all the different musical parts overdubbed in the songs. Steve Gorman is a highly underrated drummer... one of the best I've seen capture John Bonham's swagger, feel and tastefulness! Jimmy Page had been pretty inactive for quite a while during this time, and The Crowes were having a really bad writing period, so teaming up was a mutually beneficial venture. Would love to eventually see some officially released footage from this tour...
I wonder what Jimmy Hendrix, Curt Cobain, John Bonham, and Jimmy Page would I say about artist like Drake, Lil Wayne, and Nicki Minaj.
Photo: Jimmy Page and his daughter Scarlett and John Bonham
I am now Robert Plant. If you are Jimmy Page or John Bonham, come find me so we can make kickass music.
Stylistically Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham/Jason Bonham...they've shaped a generation and are copied constantly.
Imagine Freddie Mercury, John Bonham, Slash & Jimmy Page in one band. Lol.
Jimmy Page & John Bonham going wild together towards the end of live versions of "Stairway To Heaven" play in my head majority of the time
It was a heavy heart that the news came through that a new angel joined Gods rock n roll Hall Of Fame, our loss is his magnificent gain. I hope you are shaking hands with Jimmi Hendrix and Curt Cobain, back slapping with Ronnie James and John Bonham and planning a whole new raft of cloud busting armayeadons with Keith Moon and Bon Scott. Rock In Peace Adam Greenall x
Led Zeppelin is still my favorite rock group. I am lucky to have seen them live in concert. That particular concert became a well-known bootleg for collectors, for the show known as Bonzo's Birthday Party. It was a great concert, with bravado performances by all the band members. Robert Plant was spectacular; Jimmy Page's guitar screamed and sang; John Bonham's drum solo was epic...following is some further information about that night: "Led Zeppelin’s May 31st, 1973 Los Angeles shows is one of the standards for any collection. In constant circulation for almost forty years, it has seen many different releases on vinyl and compact disc utilizing three unique audience tapes and a soundboard recording of much of the show. The best releases are those which utilize as many of the sources in order to complete the entire concert.  One of the better editions was released in 1999 on Bonzo’s Birthday Party (The Diagrams Of Led Zeppelin TDOLZ Vol. 90).  Graf Zeppelin, who debuted with several impressive rele ...
If there was a band with John Bonham, John Entwistle, Jimmy Page & Roger Daltrey with Pete Townshend as the composer/visionary it'd be epic.
When people say Led Zeppelin invented metal I get nauseous. And I would have liked them if it weren't for Robert Plant's terrible voice and sappy lyrics. Jimmy Page and John Bonham were fantastic musicians but Robert Plant ruins everything he touches. If you really want to claim that one band invented metal, which is just silly, there is no denying Black Sabbath was the first. If you want to say that musical styles evolve into new genres, ok, but please don't try to tell me that Led Zepellin is metal. Just sayin'
FYI.Did you know? The history of Led Zeppelin started out as a British blues band in the late 1960's. Their early influences were American blues legends like Robert Johnson and John Lee Hooker. Zeppelin would play blues progressions with heavy distortion and overdrive. The bands lead singer Robert Plant and drummer John Bonham recruited Jimmy Page on lead guitar and John Paul Jones became Led Zeppelin's bass player. The chemistry between these four band members was magical and Led Zeppelin became one of the most popular heavy rock bands in the history of the world. And till this day, Led Zeppelin's " Stairway To Heaven " is the most played song in history!
I need a sign on my door that says "If you're not Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones or Jason Bonham, I am NOT listening to you rn".
Complex, beautiful, and dangerous. Rock giants to strode the world for 10 years. Robert Plant grew up in England's midlands. American blues was his everything. He formed a group with his friend John Bonham. John had been playing drums since he was 5. And Jimmy Page.. The top guitarist in London's recording sessions. It was there, he met John Paul Jones. Jones, he could play anything. Jimmy's band was breaking up, and he asked Jones to form a new one. They went looking for a lead singer, and found the raw blues they were looking for. John Bonham made it four. Power chords. Power music. Their first album burst rock at it's seams. Around the world they went, like Gods of rock unleashing the power of music. Setting nights on fire. Their music brought us to paradise. Masters, one and all. Jimmy Page stole the lightning from the Heavens. Robert Plant, seduced like the Devil. John Paul Jones, made poetry with every note. And John Bonham, was a man on fire. His death broke the heart of the band. A chapter of rock ...
Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, JPJ and John Bonham called themselves the New Yard Birds before calling themselves Led Zeppelin
Tonight I sleep to the seductive crooning of Robert Plant, the sweet riffs of John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page and the tight beats of John Bonham.
I don't care what anybody says. Led Zeppelin is by far the greatest band to ever walk the earth. Best guitarist - Jimmy Page. Best drummer - John Bonham. Best vocals - Robert Plant. Best bassist - John Paul Jones. Hands down the best four musicians ever.
today i just watch da Led Zeppelin concert "Celebration Day".dey have grown very old but still the moves of Robert Plant,the style of Jimmy Page, the classic way of John Paul Jones and the drummer only the looks is but the same way John Bonham used to play.
John Bonham was an wiggly otter, Robert Plant was a Corgi, John Paul Jones was a doberman, and Jimmy Page was a peregrine falcon
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For girls who say one direction or Justin Beiber is "real music", I got news for you. Real music is Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, AC/DC, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Black Sabbath, etc... Real music is a guitarist, a man(or in some cases a women) who plays with speed and agility on the frets and strings (Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, Angus and Malcom Young, Pete Townshead, Tony Ionni, John Lennon, Syd Barret), a singer who announces the voice of true music (Robert Plant, Roger Waters, Ozzy Ousbourne, *** Jagger, etc...) a bassist eho helps the drummer keep the beat and pace (John Paul Jones, Roger Waters again, etc...) and a drummer who creates the roaring thunder of real music (John Bonham, Nick Mason, Keith Moon, etc...). And all these things are just the base of real music, there have been full orchesta's in this music, or a group of vocalists, or brass horns. Real music never included auto-tune like music today. P.S.- You dont see 1 direction with a Kennedy Center Honor.
Looking forward to reading my latest Nook purchase tonight. Led Zepplin bio by the band's tour manager. In my first read I learned two interesting things: 1. Bohnzo and Pagey were nicknames for John Bonham and Jimmy Page and, 2. Tour manager was in an Italian prison suspected of terrorism when he learned Bonham had died.
John Paul Jones is such an underrated musician. That's what happens when you're in a band with Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Bonham.
Song Fact: Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant and bass player John Paul Jones wrote this. The band had drifted apart, with guitarist Jimmy Page and drummer John Bonham hanging out together and rarely showing up on time for recording sessions. As a result, many of the songs on In Through The Out Door were put together by Plant and Jones, with Page and Bonham adding their parts late at night. Amazing song Robert and Jonsey wrote :)
Over Xmas break, I bought myself the Led Zepplin "Celebration Day" DVD. It's awesome! Jimmy Page's unkempt mane of grey hair, makes him look like a mad scientist, and his guitar mastery proves that he's an evil genius. Robert Plant's vocals still haunting and dangerous. John Paul Jones laying the steady foundation with keys and bass...and Jason Bonham, almost channeling Bonzo at times, a juggernaut behind the kit. They disbanded before my concert days began, but I'm glad I can own this 90 minutes of rock mastery. I'm also glad my TV is REALLY LOUD!
Happy New Year's Eve everyone! We hope everyone has recovered from celebrating Christmas and are now ready for their New Year's celebrations. Starting things off today is a video of the Foo Fighters covering the mighty Led Zeppelin Official's Rock & Roll for an audience containing none other than President Barack Obama, David Bowie (Official), Jimmy Page & Robert Plant. In the video Dave Grohl takes to the drums, in honour of John Bonham, while Taylor Hawkins managed the vocals. Are the Foos the closest thing to Zep in today's industry?
It was December 28, 1968. The newly formed Led Zeppelin were opening for Vanilla Fudge at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, CA. and there was Jim Allan, who has impeccable '60s cred. He was one of the founders of The Retinal Circus, Vancouver's premier psychedelic nightclub, which brought in acts like The Doors and The Grateful Dead at the dawn of their careers. But everyone has skeletons in the closet. And Allan's can be found on a Led Zeppelin website, where he trashes the quartet in a review of their first Vancouver appearance. The 22-year old Allan was a stringer for the Columbian in New Westminster, where his submissions appeared under a column called Teen Talk. Not impressed with Robert Plant, who he dubbed a farce. "His *** Jagger singing style, tossing his head from side to side and strutting about the stage, left me quite cold, " he wrote. He had mixed feelings about guitarist Jimmy Page ("he had flashes of brilliance but they were too few and too far between"). And while Allan dug John Bonham' ...
tell me your favorite rock line up in history !! Mine is - vocal - Jim Morrison - Guitar - Jimmy Page - Drums - John Bonham - Bass - McKagen !! Priest**
What are you doing between Christmas & New Years? Want to learn to rock out like Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Robert...
Real music isn't made on a laptop. You didn't see Jimmy Page rock Stairway To Heaven on a PC,or John Bonham when performing Moby ***
What if there was a band where... Steve Perry (Journey) on vocals. Jimi Hendrix (Jimi Hendrix Experience) on guitar. Paul Mccartney (The Beatles) on Bass Guitar. Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) on guitar. Neal Peart (Rush) on drums. Elton John on keys/organ. Would have the most beautiful sounds.
Robert Plant & Jimmy Page. Saving lives one day at a time.” Don't forget about John Paul Jones and the late great John Bonham
Which band is better for you? 1. Led Zeppelin 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Joke , Led Zeppelin is the best band ever , Jimmy Page is the best guitarist ever , Robert Plant is the best vocal ever , John Paul Jones is the best bassist ever , John Bonham is the best drummer ever! Actually Led Zeppelin is the just perfect band :)) - \ Barış G. /
Aunt Rose just had breakfast with Jimmy Page and John Bonham. Jimmy has his eggs soft and John prefers rye toast. Robert Plant refused to eat. John Paul Jones was at TCV practice and was unable to join. It was delightful
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page has revealed that he plans to go out on a solo tour next year. The legendary guitarist, who is busy promoting the release of Led Zeppelin's live DVD 'Celebration Day', said he had planned to tour this year but with the release of the O2 Arena concert film he has had to postpone his solo trek till 2013. Speaking in an interview with Guitar World, Page said: "This time last year I intended to be actually playing by now in a live outfit. So that will have to be postponed now into sort of next year, tail end of next year. But I definitely want to be doing that." Page also spoke out about rumours that he, bassist John-Paul Jones and drummer Jason Bonham were looking to replace Robert Plant with another singer and tour as Led Zeppelin. "[After the 2007 O2 Arena tribute gig] Jason, myself and John Paul Jones felt it was the right thing to do to go in and start playing new material and see how we were getting on," said Page. "There was talk about bringing in some other singers, but that ...
"If you could assemble an All-Star line up of musicians whom you've NEVER worked with, but would like to, who would you pick for each instrument and why?" From Steve Castlen I don't know. I guess if we are dreamin' here, let's go for broke!!! I think a pretty kick *** band would be Jimmy Page guitar, Geddy Lee bass, Rick Wakeman keyboards, and John Bonham on the drums!! That's a band I would like to be in!
what if Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Rick Wright, Roger Waters, Jimmy Page, and John Bonham made a band... :o
This is interesting and worth contemplating so I'm sharing... my bro was watching a Doo *** special on PBS tonight where the old groups were singing their old songs, all of whom are in their 70's and 80's, and he was wondering about and imagining an 85 year old Robert Plant on some future PBS Rock And Roll Special singing "The Lemon Song", and if it would feel the same then as these Doo *** groups' music feel to him now. So I answered him with this comment... It may not feel the same, but it would be very cool to watch the octogenarians play... Plant singing in a shaky voice that's incapable of hitting those high notes, Jimmy Page struggling to get his arthritic-infested fingers to twang the proper guitar strings, John Paul Jones struggling similarly on a 4-string bass, and the ghost of John Bonham screaming in hideous frustration as his ghostly hands and drum sticks have absolutely no effect on the drums, and just pass through them. Yes... that would be very cool and interesting to see! I'm looking forw ...
One of my all time favorite guitar solo's is on Donovan's " Hurdy Gurdy Man ". I'd always read that it was Jimmy Page and John Bonham that played own the session. Turns out,it's not. The guitarist was a cat named Alan Parker,and the drummer was a guy named Clem Cattini. Still dig the solo,and the drum track.
I don't care what the neighbours say. —John Bonham, John Paul Jones & Jimmy Page ("Good Times, Bad Times") For Ray Winger and Jonathan Hall. Remembering Pangbourne Boathouse, the birthplace of Led Zeppelin.
My fudge for me is like weed to Cheech & Chong; women to 007; catnip to cats; basketball to MJ; electric guitar to Jimmy Page; drumming to John Bonham; stupidity to Obama and Romney; and carrots to Bugs Bunny.
I wish I could go back in time and prevent Jimmy Page from getting into Led Zeppelin. I would replace him with someone who could actually play guitar. John Bonham, John Paul Jones, and Robert Plant made that band legendary and Page just happens to be guilty by association. Their greatness was limited only by their guitar player. I've played with several other guitar players that had that same sloppy style and horrible tone and the general consensus was, you guessed it, they sucked. So, why is Page held to a different standard? As a guitar player, I want to know why Jimmy Page is put on a pedestal so far above other guitar players. Can someone please tell me what I'm not hearing?
I'm just a simple guy, I live from day to day. A ray of sunshine melts my frown and blows my blues away. ~Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Bonham, "Out On The Tiles" (Led Zeppelin)
Wow. How's this for a legendary anecdote: Terry Reid...the man responsible for Robert Plant getting his job with Led Zeppelin. Terry turned it down & told Jimmy Page about Robert, who was playing with his buddy John Bonham...
Wow feels like I've woken up from a big night out at a rock concert... Well it kinda woz - bought Sir Richy 'Celebration Day' Led Zeppelin yest n set up the desk top to settle in with the rain on the tin roof n a DVD to remember last nite.wow dem boys still ripped up the stage - Jimmy Page shredding his guitar n Robert Plant's presence on stage with that unique voice still bringing the songs alive..n not forgetting John Paul Jones n his moody keyboard sounds AND John Bonham's son Jason bangin on. I think it's filled up Sir R's love tank BIG TIME!!! Respect!!!
O.K. everybody, last list i promise. I just have to get this off my chest. This is the "Artist's who are very revered but i just don't get it and can't stand them" list. Led Zeppelin. God knows i've tried.Bought everything they ever did. Listened to them backwards and fowards. I wanted to like them so bad, but i just can't get past Robert Plant's shrill of a voice. Just goes right thru me. Jimmy Page, loved his early session work with all those british invasion guys and Donavan, John Paul Jones, love him. John Bonham sounds like cannon's exploding, but put them all together and it really un-nerves me. i was listening to them once while i was driving and found myself going 80 miles an hour in a school zone. What am i missing?Boys, yes the Beach Boys, if i hear one more time Brian Wilson is a genius, i'm gonna jump out a window.Louis Pastueur was a genius, Orville Wright was a Genius, Thomas Edison was a genius.Brian Wilson was a nice songwritter who talks like he got hit over the head with a sack of flour. ...
Never giving up his dream of being an MP, or even PM, Sutch amassed his Heavy Friends, who were Ritchie Blackmore, Nicky Hopkins, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Keit...
Led Zeppelin,"When the Levee Breaks" When they recorded this song they had to set up John Bonham and his drum kit 2 floors above the band to withstand they extreme loudness that was sounding of Johns drums. The band could not hear themselves.Jimmy Page was so amazed by Johns extreme drum solos and the way he pounded on his drum kits so loud and never made mistakes.I truly believe John Bonham is the best drummer ever.
Today in 1969 – Led Zeppelin play a disastrous gig at Ontario’s Kitchener Memorial Auditorium. John Bonham is too ill to perform “Moby *** ” Jimmy Page blows out his amplifier. And only 2,000 people turn up to see the band.
Can't sleep and watchin Led Zeppelin on the Song Remains the Same movie. Some person told me one time that Jimmy Page is just a bar guitarist...I don't think so!! And John Bonham's solo of Moby *** is awesome...havin a little flashback!! My brother-in-law plays Bonham...
I never have been able to pick between these three songs. - Stairway To Heaven - Majestic ... grows from start to finish ... John Bonham is just amazing ( to say nothing of Jimmy Page) - Free Bird - The classic Southern Rock anthem - phenomenal guitar work -Hotel California - I saw them in Houston when HC was just out - the play between the two guitars was beyond astounding
"Man, Im gunna need a shoe box of blow to make it through this show" - John Bonham to Jimmy Page before a show, circa 1973
Guitar - Jimmy Page, Vocals - Robert Plant, Bass - John Paul Jones, Drums - John Bonham. Difficult to improve on that combination
Just got back from the Led Zeppelin Movie/Concert Celebration and it was Awesome - I just am blown away. They Rock with full on Mastery and they have not even slightly diminished. Jason Bonham, John Bonham's son was incredible on the Drums and Jimmy Page was sick! I could go on and on and sound like a crazed fan - but it just brings me back to the years of my life that Music was one of the only thing that kept me going and how much this band meant to me. It puts me in deep appreciation of how Music is one of the most Ultimate forces and connects us deeply to our Soul. 'No Quarter' was the best live version I think I have heard and I am just so grateful to have guitar solos ringing in my ears. It is worth checking out! What a perfect pre-Birthday event for Mark DrDream Peebler!!! Rockin into the New Birthday Year!
At the theater last night and watched 'Celebration Day,' Led Zeppelin's last concert together that was performed in 2007 with the late John Bonham's son, Jason on the drums. Great stuff. The best Rock And Roll band, ever. End of discussion. Jimmy Page is still the best guitarist in rock history. Period. End of THAT discussion as well.
Led Zeppelin movie - Marci, you would have loved the drum piece at the end by John Bonham's son Jason! Wow! The movie audience erupted in applause! Robert Plant's voice is still the instrument it was, & Jimmy Page has this long white hair but what he can do with a guitar! Funny thing ...he reminded me of Dr Batterton! (Lookswise-who is a very straight laced man) I got a few chuckles imagining him rocking a guitar.
Last night I passed on my wednesday poker tourney and saw the premier of Celebration Day, the movie documenting the O2 Benefit Concert by Led Zeppelin on 12/10/07. It took a few songs to find the groove but by the time they kicked into "Since I've Been Lovin You" it was vintage. Jimmy Page page reigns as the "shredder in chief" , Plant and Jones (at one time on the 10 string bass) a thorough and Bonham Jr. has the chops of his dad the late John Bonham. My only dissappointment was that Muvico could not find "11" on the controls of the Sony Soundsystem.
I'm being for real. John Bonham best drummer. Robert Plant best singer. Jimmy Page best guitarist. John Paul Jones idk but still 3 bests
Robert Plant, John Bonham and Jimmy Page - what more needs be said.
I don't even care if they're from almost 50 yrs ago...that's John Paul Jones, John Bonham, Jimmy Page, and R
Tryin' to shake off the blues today so who better than. John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant, and the wizard, Jimmy Page.
Jonathan Bedra Press Review: "Jimmy Page has put a new band together. The music is the same, only better than ever... Robert Plant should face some small criticism and a lot of praise for an excellent performance. There is no doubt that he is a good singer, but he doesn't have to twist his body like he's having a ruptured appendix, does he? Musically, the band is super-great. Their hard disciplined beat is amazing. Of course, it was foremost Jimmy Page that was responsible for this but the drummer should also be mentioned; a drum solo so wild and good is hard to find. It was so good that one almost wished that John Bonham wouldn't stop." (transcription: LZ The Press Reports, 1997). by: Glostrup Handelsblat
Stairway To Heaven is all about John Bonham and Jimmy Page. Just so brilliant of Page not to overshadow the song like many other vocalists.
Shubhayu Xico Halder, Akash D Majumdar, Tanujit Sen John Bonham used a technique called a "Triplet" on his bass drum for this song to get a Double Bass pedal sound. He used the tip of his toe to flick the bass pedal back fast, creating an effect many drummers tried to copy. Jimmy Page explained in the BBC Book Guitar Greats, "'Good Times, Bad Times,' as usual, came out of a riff with a great deal of John Paul Jones Official on bass, and it really knocked everybody sideways when they heard the bass drum pattern, because I think everyone was laying bets that Bonzo was using two bass drums, but he only had one."
Today In Rock History: 1964, The Temptations begin recording 'My Girl' which went on to be their first US number one and the first of fifteen US Top Ten hits. 1970, The first episode of The Partridge Family was shown on US TV, featuring Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, Susan Dey and Danny Bonaduce. 1975, Jackie Wilson had a heart attack while performing live on stage at the Latin Casino, New Jersey. Wilson collapsed into a coma suffering severe brain damage. Ironically, he was in the middle of singing one of his biggest hits, 'Lonely Teardrops' and was two words into the line, ".my heart is crying" when he collapsed to the stage, striking his head heavily. Wilson died on 21st January 1984. Van Morrison wrote the song 'Jackie Wilson Said', covered by Dexy's Midnight Runners. 1980, John Bonham, drummer with Led Zeppelin, died aged 32 after a heavy drinking session. ‘Bonzo’ was found dead at guitarists Jimmy Page's house of what was described as asphyxiation, after inhaling his own vomit after excessive vod ...
Its so hard when Jimmy Page would rock an amazing solo in front of John Bonham - I don't know who to watch!!
Led Zeppelin was a British rock band, formed in September 1968 by Jimmy Page (guitar), John Bonham (drums and...
Get John Bonham's son to play with Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page, that would've been amazing.
Doing some reading up on Led Zeppelin since there's a rumor the last reunion show in '07 is gonna be released on DVD; yes Jimmy Page was a badass guitarist, and John Bonham changed the way modern drummers play, but I had no idea John Paul Jones was such a multi-instrumentalist! He played Bass Guitar, keyboards, harp, Double Bass, mandolin, guitar, recorder, koto, lap steel guitar, continuum, autoharp, ukulele, sitar, keytar, banjo, cello, violin, Warr Guitar, vocals, bass pedals, kyma, and harmonica. I've never even HEARD of a continuum.
maybe they are gonna release some of the tracks Myles Kennedy recorded with Jason Bonham,John Paul Jones,and Jimmy Page
Thanks for all contribution to me Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones e Robert Plant... o/
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44 years ago today, a band played their first gig ever in Denmark. 'The New Yardbirds' were a group put together by legendary session guitarist Jimmy Page, who had been a part of 'The Yardbirds' up until their break-up. Page acquired the talents of fellow super-session man John Paul Jones (bass), a young lead singer named Robert Plant and a vicious drummer by the name of John Bonham to round out his new group. Shortly after their first show, with legal obligations fulfilled on behalf of the band name, Page and the boys changed their group's name to 'Led Zeppelin'. They left out the 'a' to avoid pronunciation problems with us American folk. *while actual video from the band's first few months of existence are practically non-existent (and videos on Youtube that claim to be 1968 are actually 1969), enjoy some kick *** early Zep.
You're forgetting Jimmy Page for guitar and John Bonham for drums!
if you've never air-guitared to Jimmy Page or air-drummed to John Bonham you have never lived and I pity you
I read once that Jimmy Page & John Bonham both hated how "In Through The Out Door" turned out, but has there ever been a more flawless example of rock drumming than on "All Of My Love"?
Happy 64th Birthday to best lead singer of the best Rock n Roll band in history! Yes,iam talking about Led Zeppelin!Lead Singer-Robert Plant,Guitarist-Jimmy Page,Bassist-John Paul Jones,and Drummer-John Bonham (died in1980 of alcohol poisoning.) Formed Led Zeppelin in late 1968.They became the biggest band in the world through the 70's.They broke up almost immediately after drummer,John Bonhams death in 1980.Robert Plant refused to go on without his best friend since there school days.The surviving three have only reunited a couple times together,at "Live Aid" in 1985 and again for one show in London in December of 2007,Where this time the drummer filling in for the deseased Bonham,was his own son Jason Bonham.Note:The replacement drummer in 85' was Phil Collins. I had the honor of seeing Robert Plant & Jimmy Page in concert here in Tampa in May of 98'.
John Paul Jones all time bassist, John Bonham all time drummer, Robert Plant all time vocalist, Jimmy Page all time lead guitarist.when these four were on the same platform, Led Zeppelin had to be rock band of all time.take the led out.!
Led Zeppelin's Since I've Been Loving You has some amazing guitar and drum work by Jimmy Page and John Bonham respectively.
Did you know that Jimmy Page and John Bonham were session musicians? They were not members of the band, they were not part of the unit, they were Freelancers and only played with Led Zep for MONEY! I just found out.
Jimmy Page and John Bonham being in the same band is proof that God loves us.
only the brilliance of John Bonham and John Paul Jones can make me see past Jimmy Page's plagiarism and keep Zeppelin respectable.
Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham make an epic combination that is yet to be matched.
Did not know this.Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page was apparently fascinated with black magic. After the musician purchased a house with dark magical connections, mysterious things began happening to the band. They were forced to cancel their tour after bassist John Paul Jones broke his finger. Years later, while the band was touring, Robert Plant was informed that his son had died. Band member John Bonham died after a day of drinking at Page’s home, which is also believed to be cursed. —
John Henry "Bonzo" Bonham was the godfather of hard rock drumming - and he remains an idol to legions of Led Zeppelin and heavy metal fans worldwide. Although Bonham had to be courted away from more lucrative offers, he joined the newly formed band in 1968, helping guitarist Jimmy Page and vocali...
Photo: Jimmy Page and John Bonham in a bathrobe.
This is a rehearsal for the Led Zeppelin classic "Kashmir". It does not have the orchestra, only Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham. This song was ...
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The beat between John Bonham and Jimmy Page in Moby ***
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John Bonham.Jimmy Page...Robert Plant...John Paul Jones! that's all it takes to build a bomb!
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