Posts filtered by tags: Zeppelin[x]


 

Jason Bonham Retracts Howard Stern Anecdote About Jimmy Page Giving Him Cocaine When He Was 16

Earlier this month, Jason Bonham -- the son of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham -- went on The Howard Stern Show and recounted a story about Jimmy Page giving him cocaine for the first time when he was 16 (allegedly). "We got called to his room and there was a woman on the floor with … More »
Tags: Music, News, Howard Stern, Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, John Bonham, Jason Bonham, Jason Bonham Retracts Howard Stern


Mastodon – “Stairway To Heaven” (Led Zeppelin Cover)

For Record Store Day, Mastodon have paid tribute to their late, longtime manager, Nick John, with a cover of Led Zeppelin’s iconic "Stairway To Heaven." Appropriately, the band has dubbed their cover "Stairway To Nick John." … More »
Tags: Music, Led Zeppelin, Mastodon, Zeppelin, Nick John


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, April 12-19

    Pastel artist Otto Sturcke demonstrates using pastels on April 15 in Santa Clarita. (Photo of ‘El Musico’ courtesy of Otto Sturcke)   There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar.   EVENTS   Bianchi Planetarium at Cal State Northridge: “Spring Sky” show, 7:30, and “Protoplanetary Discs – Nursery of Exoplanets,” 8:30 p.m. April 12. ...
Tags: Books, Events, Local News, Movies + TV, Music + Concerts, Theater, Things to Do, Art, Comedy, Dance, Egg Hunt, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN


The best record stores in the US

Record store day is this Saturday, April 13, and if you’re reading this, that means that you are likely among the last bastion of badass music fans that actually care about the quality of the sound in your ears. While most cram trebled-out Spotify tunes through Bluetooth headphones, you are curled up on the futon next to a turntable and a pair of speakers drowning in a full spectrum of highs and lows that may have not even been recorded on a digital mixing board. For you, intrepid listener, t...
Tags: Travel, Google, Music, New York, California, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, United States, Oxford, Capitol Hill, Salt Lake City, Bob, West Coast, Seattle


Jimmy Page lends 'Stairway' guitar to the Met

Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page discusses loaning his instruments to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, including guitar on which he wrote "Stairway to Heaven." (April 2)            [Author: AP]
Tags: New York, News, Ap, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, Stairway


We compared Spotify, Tidal, and Qobuz, a streaming service that says it has 29 times better sound quality than Spotify — here's how they fared

For music lovers, sound quality is one of the most important things a streaming service can offer. Qobuz, a music app that's new to the US, claims to stream music with sound quality nearly thirty times better than Spotify's. We compared Qobuz's sound with Spotify's and Tidal's, and found that while the difference was noticeable from track to track, it might not be worth the extra cost. Are you happy with the sound quality of your music streaming app? You might not think much about it. But au...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Jay Z, US, Trends, Neil Young, Pono, John, Qobuz, Zeppelin, Leonard Bernstein, Spotify Tidal, FLAC, Aspiro, John Lyon, Tidal Tidal


Did a Zeppelin Fly over Giza in the 1930s?

While airships may now invoke visions of fiery disasters, dirigibles once circumnavigated the globe.
Tags: News, Giza, Zeppelin


A La Carte (March 28)

Today’s Kindle deals include just a couple of books. Meanwhile, Westminster Books has deals on some March new releases. They also have a good price on A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible. (Yesterday on the blog: Budgeting for a Healthy Church) The (Satanic) Power Of Positive Thinking Wow. What an article. “The man who approaches Paradise Lost expecting to find the same Satan venerated by Scandinavian black metal bands and Anton LaVey will turn the final page of the poem and ...
Tags: Tony Robbins, Blogging, Katy Perry, Jesus, Martin Scorsese, A La Carte, Zeppelin, Milton, Mike Leake, Michael Scott, Anton LaVey, Anne Kennedy, Church Women and Authority


Does Playing Music for Cheese During the Aging Process Change Its Flavor? Researchers Find That Hip Hop Makes It Smellier, and Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” Makes It Milder

Humans began making cheese seven millennia ago: plenty of time to develop an enormous variety of textures, flavors, and smells, and certainly more than enough to get creative about the methods of generating even greater variety. But it seems to have taken all that time for us to come around to the potential of music as a flavoring agent. "Exposing cheese to round-the-clock music could give it more flavor and hip hop might be better than Mozart," report Reuters' Denis Balibouse and Cecile...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Food & Drink, Smithsonian, Seoul, Leo Tolstoy, Mozart, Reuters, Zeppelin, Facebook Twitter, Cecile Mantovani, Colin Marshall, Mantovani, Denis Balibouse, Jason Daley


Cheese tastes different when it listens to Led Zeppelin, Swiss study finds

A funky new study says that exposing cheese to music changes its aroma and flavor. What’s more, the genre of music matters. Researchers from the Bern University of Arts played music to nine, 22-pound wheels of Emmental cheese. The post Cheese tastes different when it listens to Led Zeppelin, Swiss study finds appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Music, Science, News, Cheese, Trends, Emerging Tech, Zeppelin, Swiss, Sound waves, Bern University of Arts


Favor of cheese altered by music

Maybe you don’t have to go to culinary school to make truly delicious food. Maybe all you have to do is blast music right next to your food, and that’ll do all the work for you. It might sound ridiculous, but it actually works, at least when it comes to cheese. Swiss cheesemaker Beat Wampfler and a team of researchers from Bern University of Arts exposed nine 22-pound wheels of Emmental cheese to endless loops of music, for six straight months. Each wheel “heard” a different sound, from varyi...
Tags: Travel, Music, Cheese, All, Mozart, Zeppelin, Beat Wampfler, Michael Harenberg, Wampfler, Bern University of Arts, Bern University


Here’s What Happens When You Play Mozart, Hard Rock, Techno, And Hip-Hop To Ripening Swiss Cheese

Last fall, Swiss researchers exposed nine wheels of Emmentaler in an aging cellar to various types of music: classical (Mozart’s Magic Flute), rock (Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven”), techno (Vril’s “UV”), hip-hop (A Tribe Called Quest’s “Jazz (We’ve Got)”) ambient music (Yello’s “Monolith”), and, as controls, steady high, medium and low tones and silence. All were on nonstop loops, with mini-transducers transmitting the sounds directly into the cheese wheels. After six months, the wheels we...
Tags: Art, Music, Steve Reich, Mozart, Zeppelin, 03.18.19, Mahler Monteverdi Stravinsky


How to see free classic rock tributes at the Rock Yard

Sure the weather has been rainy, windy and downright crummy these past few weeks, but the warm weather is coming, and what better way to enjoy the outdoors than with beer and free concerts? The Rock Yard concert series at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino will kick off its 12th season at the Indio resort on Saturday, March 23, with Van Halen tribute band Atomic Punks and cover band Thank-U-Drive Thru. There will be tribute bands every Saturday night and some Friday nights through Nov. 23. Sign up f...
Tags: Hollywood, Casinos, Sport, Pink Floyd, Things To Do, Soccer, Southern California, Van Halen, Zeppelin, St Patrick, Indio, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun


Who needs a ski lift when you can use a Zeppelin?

Three Austrian extreme sport athletes have Zeppelin-skied down a mountain in the Austrian Alps.
Tags: Cnn, Zeppelin


SXSW Film Review: ‘Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall’

The rock ‘n’ roll excesses of the ’60s and ’70s are etched into legend. We’re now living through a moment when it seems as if we might one day, you know, be pulling Led Zeppelin tracks from streaming sites because of the scandalous nature of the group’s offstage bacchanals. Yet I somehow doubt it. The […]
Tags: Reviews, Sxsw, Zeppelin, Jim Marshall, Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall


SXSW Days 6 and 7: ‘Stuber’ is a Killer Comedy for Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista and ‘Sword of Trust’ Teams Marc Maron With Director Lynn Shelton

(Welcome to The SXSW Diaries, where we will be chronicling every single movie we see at the Austin-based film festival.) Welcome to SXSW 2019 days six and seven. In this edition: Sword of Trust is more of the same from Lynn Shelton (f0r better or worse), Stuber gets amazing mileage out of Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista, and Mr. Jimmy approaches a weird story from the wrong angle. Sword of Trust Attend enough film festivals or explore the American independent film scene long enough, and...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Alabama, Features, Austin, United States, Sxsw, Page, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, Shelton, Jimmy, Dowd, Film Festivals, Stu, Marc Maron


BITE THE BUFFALO ‘Bad Habits’

Bite the Buffalo just released a studio album ‘Bad Habits‘. After listening to the full album the track Deez Zees really stood out. Drawing influences from the seventies rock, the duo attracted Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant who invited them to support him at his Manchester Apollo show. They’ve opened for Fat White Family, Happy Mondays, The Growlers and Skindred performed the the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury. Give it a listen!
Tags: Music, Bbc, Led Zeppelin, Buzz Artists, Robert Plant, Zeppelin, Manchester Apollo, Bite The Buffalo, Bite The Buffalo Bad Habits, Glastonbury Give


The Art Of Marketing Music

For many listeners, music is far more than just sound, and acts as a strong emotional force. This makes music, and the inextricably linked if sometimes adversarial format of radio a uniquely powerful platform for marketing. Here Fred Jacobs looks at examples of music marketing from the beginning of the year which demonstrate the impact artists, and the radio stations that play them, have on consumers ___________________________________ Guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategie...
Tags: Apple, Music, UK, Wings, Dallas Cowboys, Chevy, Detroit Red Wings, NHL, North America, Detroit, George Michael, Great Britain, Woodstock, Jimmy Page, Burton, Zeppelin


Led Zeppelin Superfan and Documentary Subject Picks Jimmy Page’s Best Live Licks

Akio Sakurai grew up idolizing Led Zeppelin in his small hometown in Japan and would eventually move to Tokyo and become “Mr. Jimmy,” adopting the guitar chops and persona of guitar virtuoso Jimmy Page. For the better part of three decades, he recreated vintage Zeppelin concerts note-for-note in small Tokyo clubs, until the “real” Jimmy […]
Tags: Japan, News, Tokyo, Led Zeppelin, Sxsw, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, Jimmy, Zeppelin Superfan, Akio Sakurai, Jimmy Page For


Muse brings lasers, cyborgs and lots of neon to The Forum

In the weeks leading up to the kick-off of its Simulation Theory World Tour, English rock trio Muse shared just a few quick glimpses of what its latest technologically advanced and arena primed setup would look like. During and he wasn’t overselling it. The band took over and sold out The Forum on Monday night in Inglewood and it was quite the spectacle. The stage was massive, with a catwalk that extended nearly to the middle of the arena and it was completely lined with neon lights that chang...
Tags: Music, California, Time, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Muse, LBC, Kashmir, Matt Bellamy, Snoop Dogg, Ennio Morricone, Concerts, Weezer, Inglewood, Zeppelin


STEVE WILSON Slams GRETA VAN FLEET, Calls Them A Boy Band Version of LED ZEPPELIN

Go off, Steve The post STEVE WILSON Slams GRETA VAN FLEET, Calls Them A Boy Band Version of LED ZEPPELIN appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Drama, Steve, Zeppelin, Greta, Steve Wilson, Greta Van Fleet, The Porcupine Tree


MASTODON To Release Cover of LED ZEPPELIN's "Stairway to Heaven" In Tribute To Late Manager

Holy cow, this sounds like it's going to be amazing. The post MASTODON To Release Cover of LED ZEPPELIN's "Stairway to Heaven" In Tribute To Late Manager appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Led Zeppelin, Upcoming Releases, Mastodon, Zeppelin, Stairway


Did Technology Bring About The Death Of Good Music?

After new research was released suggesting that millennials prefer golden oldies to contemporary pop, Stephen Carlisle did some digging to determine if this was in fact accurate and, if so, what role technology may have played in the "decline" of music's quality. _____________________________ Guest post by Stephen Carlisle of NOVA Southeastern University This item from the website Metro.co.uk caught my eye last week. The article’s headline read: “Millennials Prefer Music from the...
Tags: Music, Florida, Guest Post, Queen, Michael Jackson, Jay, Aerosmith, Metro, Sirius, Stan Getz, South Florida, Zeppelin, Toto, John Bonham, Stephen Carlisle, Rosanna


Tony Iommi Recalls BLACK SABBATH Jamming With LED ZEPPELIN During Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Sessions

Black Zeppelin – it might exist on tape. The post Tony Iommi Recalls BLACK SABBATH Jamming With LED ZEPPELIN During Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Sessions appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Led Zeppelin, Latest News, Black Sabbath, Zeppelin, Tony Iommi, Black Zeppelin


Brendan Mathews's Playlist for His Short Fiction Collection "This Is Not a Love Song"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Booklist wrote of the book: "Mathews demonstrates in these stories an uncanny ability to inhabit characters with just a few well-crafted sentences. A master impersonator, Mathews...
Tags: Music, New York, Wilco, Chicago, David, John Coltrane, Mike Tyson, North Carolina, Peter Jackson, Tolkien, Sauron, Liz Phair, Public Image Limited, Veruca Salt, Metro, Juliana Hatfield


Hollywood Vampires, a band with Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, will play Fantasy Springs Resort Casino

The Hollywood Vampires — a rock supergroup that includes actor Johnny Depp, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and rockstar Alice Cooper — will perform at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio at 8 p.m. May 18. The band, which recently wrapped up a European tour, has done some original music in the rock ‘n’ roll genre, but also some covers, including Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” and a mashup of Cooper’s “School’s Out” and Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall.” The band was inspired by a dri...
Tags: Casinos, Sport, Pink Floyd, Things To Do, Soccer, Southern California, Cooper, Zeppelin, Alice Cooper, Perry, Depp, Joe Perry, Hollywood Vampires, Indio, Agua Caliente, Johnny Depp Alice Cooper


Led Zeppelin teams up with Vans sneakers for 50th anniversary

Led Zeppelin wants to take you over the hills and far away with new snowboard and sneaker creations honoring their 50th anniversary. The classic rock group has teamed up with eternal hipster shoemaker Vans and the snow gear gurus at Burton on a Zeppelin-branded board and kicks. Buyers of Burton’s $749.95 Zeppelin-branded Misty Mountain Hop...
Tags: Fashion, Burton, Zeppelin


Watch This Transformers-Themed Band Cover LED ZEPPELIN's "Immigrant Song"

Did anyone ask for this? Nope, but we're showing you anyway. The post Watch This Transformers-Themed Band Cover LED ZEPPELIN's "Immigrant Song" appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Led Zeppelin, Transformers, Zeppelin


Greta Van Fleet’s Sam Kiszka on Rock, Grammys Recognition and Partying With Elton John

Greta Van Fleet’s embrace of all things Led Zeppelin has prompted some to declare the Michigan group reductive. But earning four Grammy noms (best new artist, rock album, rock performance and rock song), competing against the likes of Weezer, St. Vincent and the late Chris Cornell, has silenced many naysayers. Bassist Sam Kiszka spoke to […]
Tags: Features, Elton John, Michigan, Grammys, St. Vincent, Weezer, Chris Cornell, Zeppelin, Greta Van Fleet, Sam Kiszka, Weezer St Vincent


18 Valentine's Day Gifts That Aren't Obvious

Finding a meaningful gift for Valentine's Day always seems trickier than buying presents for any of the other holidays of the year. They need to check off the boxes for being thoughtful and heartfelt; they have to fall in line with whatever obscure relationship stage you and your significant other fall under; and most of all, they need to have that special personal touch that reminds them just why you love them (and just why they love you too). On top of all that, you also want a gift that will...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Polaroid, Valentine, Porter, Zeppelin, Pats, Ari, Matchesfashion, Roxanne Assoulin, Urban Outfitters Photo Courtesy of Urban, Nordstrom Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom, Moda Operandi Photo Courtesy of Moda Operandi, Anthropologie Photo Courtesy of Anthropologie, Kara Photo Courtesy of Kara, Jaxon Lane Bro