Do You Know Which Songs Led Zeppelin Never Played Live?


Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin at the Chicago Stadium in Chicago, Illinois (Photo by Laurance Ratner/WireImage).


Do you remember your favorite concert of all time? How about your favorite Led Zeppelin concert? If you were lucky enough to see them live, it was quite a treat. And you ARE lucky. Do you remember what song they opened with? How about what song they closed with? Did they play your favorite song? Or did you walk away saying “I can’t believe they didn’t play it…!”

When drummer John Bonham passed away in 1980, the original Zeppelin, unfortunately, came to an end. LoudWire.com did some research and put together a list of all the songs Led Zeppelin never played live – and it’s pretty interesting. Check out the full list here. And if you think you heard one of the songs on the list while you were at a Zeppelin concert, please please please let us know. We’ll immediately report your findings to LoudWire. Also, turns out they played “Dazed and Confused” the most – approximately 425 times total, in case you were wondering.

 

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