The Led Zeppelin era was the first decade of the 20th century, when the rock band began to establish itself as a cultural force.
Led Zepplin are best known for their iconic 1970s single “Stairway to Heaven,” which became a defining sound and was played by millions of fans across the world.
But in the years following the band’s 1973 album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which they had recorded on a studio in Manchester, England, they made another major mark with the release of their landmark 1975 album Led Zepplaurentis: Volume 2.
Led’s influence on rock and roll has been immense, but they’ve been overshadowed by the other major American acts that followed: The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, The Byrds, and The Beatles.
But that didn’t stop the band from cementing themselves as the biggest rock band in history and they did it with an album of original material that was a departure from their other albums.
The first Led Zeppelins album was released in 1974 and sold over 100 million copies in the United States alone.
Led released their next album in 1981, but its popularity quickly waned.
In 1981, the band disbanded, and after a year-long tour of the U.S., they released their third studio album, The Long Goodbye, in 1986.
The following year, Led released their fourth album, In My Mind, which would go on to sell over 150 million copies.
The next Led Zeppsalbum, A New Beginning, was released the following year.
But the band soon discovered that they had oversold their new album, and it quickly became apparent that they would need to find a new label to release the album on.
They eventually decided to go with a label called Epic, who released Led’s fourth studio album in 1994.
The album received mixed reviews at the time, and its commercial success led to its own label, Epic.
Led was also signed to Warner Bros., which released their sixth album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason in 1998.
Led disbanded again in 1999, and the band decided to focus on their own solo career.
Led began recording new music under the name Led Zepperidge in 2000.
The album, which is called A Moment of Truth, was a huge hit, and they released the follow-up album, Led Zeppers Reckoning, in 2003.
In 2005, Led finally broke up for good.
The band recorded a new album titled The New Adventures of the Thin White Duke, which was released a year later.
Led were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.
In 2018, the group reunited for a reunion tour, but the tour was canceled when it was discovered that the singer of the band, Paul McCartney, had been diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer.
The group had also announced that they were going to have another album in 2018, but it was not released.
A new tour was planned, but with the news of McCartney’s death, the album was not to be released.
It was reported that Led Zeplin would tour the United Kingdom again in 2019, but all plans fell through.
Led were scheduled to tour in 2020, but due to McCartney’s cancer diagnosis, they were not going to be able to tour the U, UK, or Europe, and Led Zepton were not to perform in North America.
It’s been rumored that they will tour Australia, South America, and Europe in 2020 and 2021.
However, due to the lack of progress on the album, it’s not known if the band will be able return to North America for the 2020 and 2022 tour dates.