Appeals Court Sides With Led Zeppelin In “Stairway To Heaven” Copyright Case

An appeals court has officially decided to uphold the previous jury verdict that said that Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway To Heaven” was not a rip-off of Spirit’s “Taurus.” This news comes after a federal appeals court agreed to give the band a new hearing following the Ninth Circuit appeals court’s decision to overturn the jury’s verdict. You can read a 73-page court document regarding the case HERE.

[via Blabbermouth]

Robert Plant Performs Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” Live For First Time Since 1996

During his June 23 set at the Secret Solstice festival in Iceland, Robert Plant performed Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” live for the first time since 1996. You can see footage of that below:

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Led Zeppelin Granted New Hearing In “Stairway To Heaven” Copyright Case

According to Associated Press, a federal appeals court have agreed to give Led Zeppelin a new hearing in the “Stairway To Heaven” copyright case. This news comes after the Ninth Circuit appeals court previously ruled to overturn the jury’s favorable verdict. For those unaware, the case was originally brought forward due to the similarities between “Stairway To Heaven” and Spirit’s “Taurus.”