Led Zeppelin

The First Heavy Metal (Hard Rock) Band

The First

Led Zeppelin is so significant because they were the first true "Heavy Metal" band, meaning that they pioneered the genre.

Their style was loved by many and is still loved by many to this day. While they disbanded in 1980, they had a large reunion performance in 2007.

What is Heavy Metal?

Heavy Metal is a subgenre of rock music that is characterized by loudness, amplified distortion, and heavy guitar solos. The style of Heavy Metal music is often associated with masculinity and aggression.

Heavy Metal has roots from blues and psychedelic rock.


Some of Led Zeppelins most noticeable songs would be "Stairway to Heaven", "Whole Lotta Love", "Black Dog", "Ramble On", and "Kashmir".
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Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven Live (HD)