Work on the official book "Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin" is almost complete. The images have been carefully selected and annotated throughout by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones.
Celebrating 50 years since the band's formation, it covers the group’s unparalleled musical career and features photographs of Led Zeppelin on and offstage from their very first moments together. This definitive 400-page volume includes previously unpublished photos, artwork from the Led Zeppelin archives and contributions from photographers around the world.
There will be regular updates and sneak previews showing the work in progress. Stay tuned.
Make sure to head down to The Troubadour to catch the fantastic Peace: Photographs by Jim Marshall exhibition over the next few weeks, as part of a great season of events.
'How George Harrison babysat Bob Dylan, Tommy Lee nearly froze on a glacier, Sinatra grabbed Dean Martin’s butt and Stevie Nicks almost fell off a roof: Rock photographer Neal Preston tells the stories behind music’s most iconic pictures'
Neal Preston: Exhilarated and Exhausted: "Recollections of life on the road from a career spanning almost 50 years"
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"He’s toured with some of the greatest rock bands in history, getting the kind of rare access that hardcore fans would almost kill for.
He’s photographed Ozzy Osbourne’s wedding, played chess with Ray Charles, and spent time in the studio with the Jackson 5.
And now, photographer Neal Preston is opening up his legendary archive and sharing the stories behind his images..."