Tune in weekdays at 9pm for "Get the Led Out" and at 10pm for "In the Pink." Playing everything from your favorite songs, deep cuts, live tracks and everything in between! Plus, I'll give you the stories behind the songs, history of the band and fun facts. It's all things Led Zeppelin at 9pm and Pink Floyd at 10pm!
It's not a museum containing Pink Floyd memorabilia as one might assume, but rather based on the band.
Architects Susana dos Santos, Jose Pedro Azevedo and Nuno Cabanal created the musuem based on Pink Floyd lyrics and imagery for a competition.
Unfortunately they did not win, but the thing is amazing nonetheless.
Get the full story and pics by clicking here
Robert Plant has been releasing videos from his 2003 trip to Mali in a series he calls "Zirka."
Check out the latest video, featuring an impromptu version of Whole Lotta Love below.
Anchorman 2 will hit theaters on the 18th and in preparation for the release, Will Ferrell made an appearance on a real life news show in North Dakota. Check out the video by clicking the link below.
Here's a little known fact about me...when I was a teenager a friend and I decided we'd learn to speak backwards, in an attempt to have our own secret language.
Well, he didn't go through with it, but I did, and can still freak people out from time to time!
However, this guy went the extra mile and taught himself to sing, on key, backwards! He then reversed the video to show himself singing the song the way it should be, but in an odd backmasked manner.
It's very cool. Check out the video below.
Roger Waters played the massive charity concert Stand Up for Heroes to benefit wounded soldiers earlier this month.
The event was a huge success, and gave birth to some amazing performances.
Waters was joined on stage by a band of wounded veterans, including a drummer with one arm and no legs.
Recently, Waters posted a short video on his Facebook page talking about how the performance came in to fruition, touching on, among other things, the inclusion of wounded veterans in his band.
Check out the video below.
Being arguably the greatest rock band in history, Led Zeppelin are no strangers to having other bands cover their songs.
In some cases, the covers are amazing pieces of music, (Heart covering Stairway, for example,) but often times the bands paying tribute are not so flattering.
However, I did stumble across an AMAZING cover of Zep's "Since I've Been Loving You" by a band called Heavy English out of New York.
But, you can be the judge. Check out the video below:
So if you get bored on YouTube, you can usually find some decent mashups of songs that traditionally do not belong together. One that comes to mind is the eerily fitting Another Brick in the Wall Pt. II mashed up with The Bee Gees' Staying Alive.
However, Jimmy Page, in a way reminiscent of Diddy's song on the late nineties Godzilla soundtrack mashed with Kashmir, has mashed up Ramble On with Notorious BIG's Hypnotize.
I'm not completely sold, but follow the link below to decide for yourself. Warning NSFW!