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, Robert Plant Honors the Legacy of Led Zeppelin
Voices age but the song remains the same.
respect the classics
Sit Back, Relax, and Listen to a Previously Unreleased Led Zeppelin Track
A very bluesy “Sunshine Woman.”
Robert Plant Is Ready to Write New Material Again
His influences include Elvis and Sinatra.
Killing People a Real Stress-Reliever for Michael C. Hall
Plus: “Jane Lynch scares me.”
15 Greatest Man Chests in Music
In baring his Christian nipples, Stapp carries on a long tradition in music.
Pregnant M.I.A. Shafted by Stupid Grammys
Which other hip, relevant artists were denied on-camera awards last night?
Grammy Nominations Get Lil Wayne’s Hopes Up
The world is still reeling this morning after last night’s announcement of the astonishingly non-terrible Grammy nominations.
Robert Plant Totally Replaceable, Claims Led Zeppelin
Oh, and they might get the guy who filled in for Scott Stapp!
TV on the Radio’s Last Album Born Out of Space Madness, Stimpy-Inspired Soap Fights
Plus: Dee Snider weighs in on new Led Zeppelin rumors.
Helen Mirren Breaks Our Hearts
Plus: Quotes from Jay-Z and David X. Cohen!
Anthony Hopkins Fondly Recalls Working With Ryan Gosling on Something
Plus: Quotes from Devendra Banhart and Peter Hedges!
the early-evening news
Ryan Adams’s Tantrum-Throwing Ability on the Decline
Robert Plant’s not crazy after all! Plus: great news for movie fans that can’t spell!
Led Zeppelin Reunion To Be Terrible, Promises Robert Plant
Led Zep are set to reform, with John Bonham’s son Jason playing drums. Too bad it’ll be awful!