LED ZEPPELIN: Video Footage From Lifetime Achievement Ceremony Posted Online

Grammy.com has uploaded exclusive video footage from LED ZEPPELIN's lifetime achievement Grammy ceremony at this location.

As previously reported, LED ZEPPELIN received a lifetime achievement Grammy on Feb. 12 in recognition of a career that changed the face of rock 'n' roll.

The English band was one of 10 performers, alongside the likes of rockabilly hellraiser JERRY LEE LEWIS, blues belter JANIS JOPLIN and country crooner EDDY ARNOLD, celebrated at a luncheon one day before the Grammy Awards

LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist John Paul Jones showed up with the two children of late drummer John Bonham to receive crystal trophies. Singer Robert Plant, busy rehearsing for a tour, sent in a video message.

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