Deborah Bonham, the younger sister of the late John Bonham, the powerhouse drummer for LED ZEPPELIN, has recorded a cover of ZEP's "The Battle Of Evermore".The song that was originally on "Led Zeppelin IV" is included as a bonus track on Deborah's new CD, "Old Hyde". It is a live version recorded as a duet with her nephew (and John's son) Jason Bonham. "The Battle Of Evermore" isn't the first time Bonham has covered a LED ZEPPELIN song. Last year she appeared with former THE SCORPIONS guitarist Uli John Roth in Germany to sing "Since I've Been Loving You". As previously reported, a new three-CD LED ZEPPELIN live album, titled "How The West Was Won", will be released in May. Fans will have the choice of the three-CD audio version or a two-DVD video version. The tentative release date for "How The West Was Won" is May 27.
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