Personalities | Led Zeppelin | After The Break Up (1995) | Key Events
Inducted Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
In the same year as Neil Young, Frank Zappa, Al Green, Janis Joplin, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas and The Allman Brothers Band, Led Zeppelin were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on 12 January 1995. Aerosmith’s Joe Perry and Steven Tyler inducted the group, before the remaining members of the band accepted their awards (John Paul Jones dryly thanked his band mates for remembering his number). Later that night, Page, Plant and Jones tore through a handful of Led Zeppelin classics, along with Joe Perry and Steve Tyler, while Young would join the group for a version of ‘When The Levee Breaks’.
No Quarter Tour
From February until March the following year, Page, Plant and their 40-plus-strong orchestra toured the world in support of No Quarter. The tour took in the UK, Europe and the United States in 1995, covering South America, Japan and Australia the following year. Rumours quickly spread that Page and Plant had stopped getting on early into the tour, but nothing came of them. Having sold out in minutes, Page and Plant’s continued world-music assault on their back catalogue was greeted rapturously.
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