February 19th, 2018
Robert Plant is touring and I talk about the Toronto Concert that I didn't get to. As well, I discuss Jimmy Page's interview in which he states there is lots of new, live material that is going to be released over the next 10-years.
January 16th, 2018
Today I talk about the 1982 release of Led Zeppelin's final studio album, Coda.
October 27th, 2017
Today I interview author Martin Popoff, author of Led Zeppelin: All the Albums, All the Songs.
September 4th, 2017
There is three new albums from the world of Zep coming this fall, and I discuss all three of them.
As well, I give a brief review about Billy Bragg's book, Roots, Radicals and Rockers: How Skiffle Changed the World and the Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds album, The Beginning...
July 18th, 2017
This week is part 1 of a comprehensive look at the 1977 Tour of America, which ended in tragedy 40-years ago.
March 17th, 2017
Today's episode is a general chit-chat about the current goings on with the Led Zep's: I talk about Robert Plant performing Kashmir with Nigel Kennedy, the first time he's performed it without Jimmy Page to his left. And stick around to the end, where I tell you what might be hapening for 2018, and it's big.
January 29th, 2017
This week I discuss Robert Plant's new song on the Fairport Convention album 50:50@50. As well Black Country Communion's recording their 4th studio album and John Paul Jones has a new outlet for his creativity, Tres Coyotes. Finally, an interesting interview from 1998.
December 11th, 2016
This week I take a look at my ten favourite little moments within Led Zeppelin songs.
November 24th, 2016
I return after a hiatus with an old school style podcast where I discuss Jason Bonham's upcoming tour and John Paul Jones recent performance with country artist Sara Watkins. As well, I talk about Robert Plant's appearance on EmmyLou Harris' Lampedusa tour, and a couple of troublesome Jimmy Page stories.
Finally, I "ramble on" a bit about Led Zeppelin IV, which turned 45 on November 8th.
September 9th, 2016
With a week to go before the BBC session re-issue, I look at the four songs Led Zeppelin performed on the BBC that they never recorded or released, or sometimes that they never played again.