LED ZEPPELIN Members Attend New York Screening Of DVD

Surviving LED ZEPPELIN members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones attended the New York screening of the double-disc "Led Zeppelin DVD" at Loew's 34th Street Theatre in Manhattan on the night of its May 27 release to retail. Check out pictures from Wire Image.

Released by Atlantic Records, the DVD and the three-CD "How The West Was Won" album mark the first-ever official release of these historic and extraordinary LED ZEPPELIN performances, which span the band's entire career. Long-rumored and eagerly anticipated, the sets each contain entirely different material, with no overlap between the two releases. With over 200 million albums sold worldwide, LED ZEPPELIN is the biggest-selling rock group in history.

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