John Bonham would've turned 71 today (May 31), and while no one has ever really filled the void left by the Led Zeppelin drummer, his son, Jason, has proudly taken the reigns for years and has carried on his father's legacy.
Robert Plant paid a visit to the John Bonham memorial statue recently located in Redditch, England, where Bonham was born, and shared a very moving photo of the moment.
With the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelin I looming and plenty of things planned to celebrate the legendary band in the coming year, many are still likely holding out for a reunion of some sort, but Robert Plant has been clear he’s not interested. His reasoning, however, is both understandable and beautiful.
Television has been responsible for some incredible tributes, but this tribute to John Bonham on the cult classic series Freak & Geeks is one of the funniest.
The late John Bonham’s 70th birthday will be honored with a special tribute show in his hometown of Redditch, Worcestershire, England.
A years-long campaign started by John Bonham’s sister, Denise, has finally resulted in a stunning memorial statue that was unveiled yesterday (May 31) on what would have been Bonham’s 70th birthday.
Today (May 31) would’ve been John Bonham’s 70th birthday. As one of the best drummers in rock history (some would argue the best), it's difficult to narrow down the breadth of his career to just five moments, but after heavy soul-searching, here are five of our favorite moments, from solos to intros and everywhere in between.
Anniversary of John Bonham’s Death – September 25th, 1980 Conversation Starters: This day in Rock history we lost John Bonham – one of the greatest drummers of all-time. What was your favorite performance by John? One of the greatest drummers of all time passed away today in 1980 He was known for his…