"My dream is to do the hologram drum solo with dad next to me," says Jason Bonham.
Listen up, cool dads!
Natalia Makarova. Know her?
Getting the Led out.
Featuring: a junior high talent show and Grover.
Seriously, Jason Bonham?
Billy Joel, Led Zeppelin, and Courtney Love may be on their way to William McKinley High, too.
In baring his Christian nipples, Stapp carries on a long tradition in music.
Oh, and they might get the guy who filled in for Scott Stapp!
Plus: New music from Weezer and Nas!
The legend behind 'Fritz the Cat' raps to Vulture.
This morning brings news that the Writers Guild has allowed an interim deal for the February 10 Grammy Awards ceremony — not only will the WGA not picket the event, they'll also allow scribes to work on the show.
What might "Stairway to Heaven" have sounded like if it had been recorded for the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night instead of Led Zeppelin's IV? Like this, we guess.
Plus: The Hold Steady!
Despite months of begging and whining, our mean bosses refused to pay the highly reasonable £83,000 (plus airfare, food, and hotel) for Vulture's editors to attend last night's Led Zeppelin reunion show in London.
Plus industry news on Natalie Portman, David Fincher, and Led Zeppelin.
"Kashmir"? "Communication Breakdown"? The Song That Really Should Not Be Named?
In a move sure to thrill fans too dumb to operate LimeWire and too lazy to rip a CD in iTunes, Led Zeppelin have announced plans to sell their entire catalog online in all major digital-music stores.
Robert Plant's not crazy after all! Plus: great news for movie fans that can't spell!
Led Zep are set to reform, with John Bonham's son Jason playing drums. Too bad it'll be awful!
Billy Joel, Harry Potter, and more!
Plus industry news on Led Zeppelin, Fernando Meirelles's latest, and Al Gore.