Led Zeppelin is a group of rock icons who have created the biggest and most influential rock band of all time.
The group is revered for its epic and iconic songs, iconic artwork, iconic music videos and for its unparalleled music video for “Stairway to Heaven.”
The song, which was first performed in 1971 and was recorded at the legendary studio at Abbey Road Studios, was written and performed by drummer Jimmy Page.
The song was originally recorded at Abbey, but the studio moved in 1967 to the newly-renovated studio at New York’s Woodstock Studios, where Page was rehearsing for the next album, which came out in 1968.
Page and his band, along with legendary producer Rick Rubin, were among the producers behind the album, and Page wrote a song for the video.
Page and his group recorded “Stairs” with producer Steve Albini and engineer Roger L. Martin at Abbey Studios in July 1969, according to the song’s official biography.
The video for the song was shot on July 6, 1970 at the famed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Hollywood.
The music video, which shows Page, guitarist Brian Jones and bassist Jimmy Page performing the song, is widely considered the best rock video ever made.
The video has been viewed more than a million times on YouTube and has become one of the most widely seen music videos in history, with more than 11 million views on YouTube alone.
The group has also been credited with creating the music video of “Let It Be,” a song written for the 1964 album, “White Light, Blue Sky.”
That video, directed by Robert Aldrich, was the first rock video to ever be shown at the MTV Video Music Awards, a television ceremony held annually at the Apollo Theater in Los Angeles.
It was released on Jan. 18, 1965.
In the song “Stained Glass,” Page and drummer Jimmy Smith sing of the band’s new album, saying “The world’s going to end tomorrow.”