Led Zeppelin was a British rock band formed in 1968. The band consisted of four members: Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham. They are widely considered one of the most influential bands in the history of rock music.

Led Zeppelin's music was a fusion of blues, rock, and folk, with heavy use of distorted guitar riffs and powerful vocals. Their most famous songs include "Stairway to Heaven," "Kashmir," and "Whole Lotta Love." They released nine studio albums between 1969 and 1979, all of which were commercially successful.

Despite their success, Led Zeppelin faced controversy over allegations of plagiarism and copyright infringement. They were also known for their wild and hedonistic lifestyle, which included heavy drug use and partying. The band disbanded in 1980 following the death of John Bonham, but their music continues to influence generations of musicians .