Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones
How much will it take to get Led Zeppelin back on tour? A whole lotta loot, apparently.
According to The Daily Mirror, the rock band's frontman Robert Plant ripped up a contract from Richard Branson offering the group more than $300 million each. Jimmy Page,John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham — who'd play in his father John's place —all apparently signed on immediately to the 35-date, three-city tour proposal.
American Idol XIII
This week the Top 9 sang with the band on stage with them (as opposed to just near them?) in hopes that the energy will help their (thus far) tepid performances.
The media narrative surrounding Justin Bieber has spiraled out of control. He's this year's Anne Hathaway, the person whom it's vogue to hate. But this turn isn't completely unfounded. Over the past few years, Bieber has undoubtedly become a bit of a jerk.
He was charged for illegal (and seemingly racist) graffiti, pissed in a mop bucket, left his monkey in Germany and could anyone seriously forget this hat? But for non-Beliebers, there has always been something grating about the singer. Everything from his swoopy hair to his sugar-pop love songs seemed designed to annoy all post-pubescents on sight, breeding discontent which lay dormant until his penchant for leather sweatpants and hocking loogies made him impossible to ignore.
Then all hell broke loose.
Ryan Lewis and Macklemore
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Daft Punk and Pharrell Williams topped Sunday's Grammy Awards.
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Andy Johns, a music producer and sound engineer for such bands as Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones and Van Halen, died Sunday. He was 61.
Johns had been hospitalized for about 10 days prior to his death. "Andy's health wasn't all that great over the last six months or so, but he was still Andy," guitarist Stacey Blades, who was working on a project with Johns, told CNN.
Nothing like a punch in the face to start an episode off right and that's exactly what Revolution's "Kashmir" did. The Led Zeppelin-infused episode blurred the line between fantasy and reality, in ways that twisted our heads in all the right ways. So what is real? Find out this and six other burning questions from Episode 9. [Spoilers ahead]
Billy Burke and Daniella Alonso
As Revolution approaches its midseason finale, it's gearing up to go out with a bang! With only two episodes left and so many questions still unanswered, TVGuide.com spoke to stars Billy Burke (Miles) and Daniella Alonso (Nora) about what to expect as the gang finally closes in on Philly.
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"It's going to be incredible!" Alonso exclaimed when asked about Monday's episode "Kashmir." While en route to...
As much as we hate to quote Randy Jackson (because most of his stuff is repetitive b.s.), America really does have its work cut out after last night's Idol.
In the Musical Mediocrity Olympics this season has deteriorated into, the choice between Scotty, Lauren and Haley got even trickier, since they were all un-awful...
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Bringing to a close the group's long stalemate with the digital era, Led Zeppelin has announced that their back catalog including "Stairway to Heaven" and "Whole Lotta Love" (oh, the college nights I barely remember chilling out to that one) will be available for download Nov. 13, the same day the two-CD retrospective Mothership comes out. Said guitarist Jimmy Page, "[This] will better enable fans to obtain our music in whichever manner they prefer." In related news, Apple has announced the simultaneous release of the iBong.