A New York Times Bestselling Author
Rock stars. Whatever those words mean to you, chances are, they owe a debt to Led Zeppelin. No one before or since has lived the dream quite like Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham. In Led Zeppelin, Bob Spitz takes their full measure, for good and sometimes for ill, separating the myth from reality with the connoisseurship and storytelling flair that are his trademarks. In Spitz's careful accounting, what is true is astonishing, and sometimes disturbing. Led Zeppelin gave no quarter and neither has Bob Spitz. Led Zeppelin is the full and honest reckoning the band has long awaited and richly deserves.