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Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, Jimmy Page to Face ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Copyright Trial

The case will determine if the 1971 hit copies music from a song by the rock band Spirit, written in either 1966 or 1967.

Hollywood Docket: ‘The Osbournes’ Reboot Battle; Gawker Sues FBI Over Sex Tape

A roundup of the week's entertainment law news, including Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" plagiarism dispute.

Robert Plant Reportedly Turned Down $800 Million for Led Zeppelin Reunion

The report, however, was deemed to be "rubbish" by the band's publicist, who spoke to The Guardian

Led Zeppelin Reissue Program Continues with ‘IV,’ ‘Houses of the Holy’

Two new albums, produced and newly remastered by Jimmy Page, are set for release on Oct. 28 in multiple CD, vinyl, digital formats, including a limited edition, super deluxe boxed set.

Paul Rodgers’ Soul Man in Good Company: Concert Review

The British singer eschews blues and rock in favor of R&B on his latest album, "The Royal Sessions."

Robert Plant Signs With Nonesuch for New Album

New album will feature his psychedelic-inspired band, The Sensational Space Shifters.

Grace Potter Got Married … Six Months Ago

The singer and bandmate Matt Burr tied the knot in St. Barths on May 11.

Robert Plant Joins Twitter, Answers Fans’ Burning Questions

The legendary Led Zeppelin frontman moves from the microphone to the keyboard as he finally embraces social media.

Robert Plant Dips Into Led Zeppelin Catalog at Shrine Show: Concert Review

The iconic frontman explores multiple turns of his career in a bravura performance.

Led Zeppelin’s ‘Houses of the Holy’ Turns 40

Veiled blues, shimmering acoustic guitars, James Brown funk, quasi-reggae, a little jazz -- Zeppelin's first post-"Stairway" LP, released March 29, 1973, captured the band at its most playful and soulful.