Led Zeppelin, surely the greatest rock band there ever was and ever will be, were as far away from a Zoom Call as you can get.
Jagger recalled taking in Zep performances in those days. That never happenedof course.
And when needed extra time to complete Presencehe called up Jagger and asked if the Stones might start their sessions a few days later. In those days, a Zep reunion tour was said to be in the works.
Mick jagger described led zeppelin shows as a ‘thunderous, wonderful racket’
Jagger was in attendance at their last one — at the O2 Arena in London in Jagger, who was in attendance, gave the show rave reviews. Jagger obliged.
By sales, they were even bigger than the Stones at that point. Following the death of John Bonhamthe band called it a day.
Jagger like and Jones was among those who wished it would have. From that point on, Zep fans only saw the three surviving members play live shows together on a handful of occasions.
Indeed, Led Zeppelin became massively successful early in the next decade.