As Led Zeppelin celebrate their 50th Anniversary, the band have announced their first-ever official documentary.
Directed by Bernard MacMahon, the film is yet to receive a title, but is being billed as “the definitive telling of the birth of the world’s biggest selling rock band.”
“The definitive telling of the birth of the world’s biggest selling rock band”: The first-ever official Led Zeppelin documentary has been announced.
The new doco will feature new, never-before-seen interviews with Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones, as well as archival interviews with the band’s late drummer John Bonham.
“The time was right for us to tell our own story for the first time in our own words, and I think that this film will really bring that story to life,” Jones said of the new film.
Set in the 1960’s, the film will tell the story of Led Zeppelin’s early days, coming to a head when their second record knocked The Beatles’ Abbey Road off the top of the charts.
While no release date has been set, the film is currently in post-production, so hopefully, it’s not too far away.