Led Zeppelin Share the Stories Behind Six of Their Most Iconic Shots
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones discuss the images featured in their new self-titled book
From practicing in a tiny rehearsal room in 1968, to performing to a stadium of 57,000 in 1973, British band Led Zeppelin’s rise was rapid, but they came to define the very genre of rock and roll. Five decades on, the musicians have encapsulated their expansive careers in a new self-titled book published by Reel Art Press.
Out tomorrow, Led Zeppelin comprises rare, unseen images taken by multiple photographers, which serve to document the band’s journey from 1968 to 2007. These images, which are previewed here, are co-curated by band members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones themselves and shine a new light on the band and their monumental legacy. Here, the trio reveal the stories behind six of these shots.
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