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John Bonham

Drummer John Bonham, often described by his nickname “Bonzo,” was probably one of the most important and influential drummers from the 1960s and ’70s — while an associate Led Zeppelin, he was also a real superstar going back 10 years of his existence and, alongside Ringo Starr from the Beatles, …

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Robert Plant

In 1968, a naïve youthful singer through the Black Country hillsides in Britain named Robert Vegetable was found out wailing the blues by experienced session guitarist Jimmy Web page and bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones. When Vegetable suggested his friend John Bonham as the drummer, probably one of the most effective …

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Band of Joy

Band of Pleasure was formed in 1966 by Robert Seed, who later continue to end up being the vocalist for just one of the very most well-known rock and roll bands ever sold, Led Zeppelin. Many conflicts with administration led to Seed defecting and wanting to type his own edition …

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