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Led Zeppelin

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Founders of classic-rock, Led Zeppelin are a highly influential qurater who formed in London, 1968. The group consists of vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, drummer John Bonham, and bassists and keyboardist John Paul Jones.
After leaving the Yardbirds, Page formed Zeppelin and signed to Atlantic Records. They released nine studio albums before John Bonham’s death in 1980. Today, they have sold 111.5 million records and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1995.