Archive for March, 2010


Music Memorabilia — Own a “piece” of the band

You love your favorite band, you buy all their…er, download all their albums. Have you ever thought about buying a piece of rock & roll history? If you think you can’t afford too, well think again. 

Here are some rock & roll items that sold recently: 

Woodstock Music and Art Fair Original Poster

Woodstock Music and Art Fair Original Poster

This is an original poster from the famous 1969 music festival Woodstock. The poster sold at auction for $956 during the winter of 2009. 

This 1969 flyer of the English rock band sold at auction in February of 2009 for $388.38. The handout was used to promote the 1969 performance at the Dallas State Fair. 


Jimi Hendrix earned this award after his death, so his father received the plaque in 1991. It sold for $7,986.00 in the summer of 2008. 

This is a copy of the Beatles 1969 mono-version of the record album. It sold at auction for $1,434 during the summer of 2009. 



If you want to buy a piece of Led Zeppelin history, then check out Led Zeppelin Tickets, you’ll find one of kind memorabilia that you won’t find anywhere else.  You’ll find pieces like this —  Box Office Ticket Award 1977 Chicago Stadium with authentic unused 1980 Stadium ticket ($100 and includes shipping).   

Led Zeppelin 30th Anniversary Skyline 4 ticket Main Floor set Framed only $199 and Free Shipping

Led Zeppelin 30th Anniversary Skyline 4 ticket Main Floor set Framed only $199 and Free Shipping


Led Zeppelin gets “Covered” by Bilge

These days the song is not remaining the same, as many contemporary pop artists from Lady GaGa to Mary J Blige are covering Led Zeppelin songs.  Recently, Mary J Bilge told  MTV News that she too is  a Led Zeppelin fan.  On Bilge’s over-seas album, Stronger With Each Tear, she did not just one, but two Led Zeppelin songs, Stairway to Heaven and Whole Lotta Love.

According to Mary J Blige, “I am a Led Zeppelin fan. I’m not going to say I’ve been to their concerts, but I’ve listened to their music since I was a child, and it’s always moved me, especially ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ and ‘Whole Lotta Love’ is just fun.”

Here’s an in studio video of Bilge recording Stairway to Heaven

We’ll just have to wait and hear how Bilge tackles these iconic Led Zeppelin songs. What do you think? Is this blasphemy or it is brilliance?


The First Led Zeppelin “The Yardbirds” Concert

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It was September 7, 1968.  The location for this momentous concert was  the  Gladsaxe Teen Clubs, Egegård Skole in Denmark. Led Zeppelin’s first concert tour, but they were billed as The Yardbirds.  Even though Jimmy Page was the only “Yardbird” in the band. 

Why was this? According to Page, “We realised we were working under false pretences, the thing had gone quickly beyond where The Yardbirds had left off. We all agreed there was no point in retaining the New Yardbirds tag so when we got back from Scandinavia we decided to change the name [of the band]. It was a fresh beginning for us all.” 

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page Photo Jørgen Angel - from


Who knows for sure what the exact set list was, at this point, we can only make an educated guess. Here’s the “likely” set list: 

  • Train Kept A-Rollin’” (Bradshaw, Kay, Mann)
  • For Your Love” (Gouldman)
  • I Can’t Quit You Baby” (Dixon)
  • As Long As I Have You” (Mimms)
  • Dazed and Confused” (Page)
  • Communication Breakdown” (Bonham, John Paul Jones, Page)
  • You Shook Me” (Dixon, Lenoir)
  • White Summer“/”Black Mountain Side” (Page)
  • “Pat’s Delight” (Bonham)
  • Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” (Bredon, Page, Plant)
  • How Many More Times” (Bonham, Jones, Page)
  • In that first year Led Zeppelin performed 27 concerts.  If you want to check out more pictures from their first concert go to  Teen Clubs Gladsaxe. For a complete list of all Led Zeppelin’s Concerts go to Led

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