9:30 Coffee Break: Led Zeppelin's Legacy

Coffee Break
What songs do you want to hear for today's coffee break? (MPR Graphic / Tracy Kompelien)

Forty years ago today, Led Zeppelin released the double album, Physical Graffiti.

Led Zeppelin are considered one of the most innovative and influential bands in the history of rock music. With their blues-rooted guitar riffs, wailing vocals and aggressive drums, Led Zeppelin redefined the rock sound. Since that time, countless artists since have been influenced and inspired by Led Zeppelin's music.

That's why for today's 9:30 Coffee Break, we're asking you: What songs by bands or artists influenced by Led Zeppelin do you want to hear?

Songs Played


Jack White - "Lazaretto"

The Black Keys "Little Black Submarines"

J. Roddy Walston and the Business - "Heavy Bells"

Alabama Shakes - "I Found You"

Queens of the Stone Age - "My God is the Sun"

Wolfmother - "Woman"

Do you deserve a Coffee Break? Jill and Steve think you do and want to bring treats from Gigi's Café to your workplace. You'll also be treated to the music of local singer-songwriter Chris Koza! Send us an email: CoffeeBreak@thecurrent.org.


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