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Unseen Led Zeppelin Pictures Charting Their Leap To Stardom

Often regarded as one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time, Led Zeppelin are bona fide musical gods. From their initial formation through The Yardbirds to their later years of musical experimentation and epic rock excess, they're one of the most prolific bands of all time. 

Starting from the 21st August and running until 4th October, Proud Chelsea will be hosting an exhibition charting the unseen evolution of the band from their first ever performance as the New Yardbirds to their final world beating tour of the US. 

Check out the preview snaps for a taster.

  • Unseen Led Zeppelin Pictures Charting Their Leap To Stardom

    Jimmy Page fan offers bottle of Four Roses bourbon, January, 1975

    Photo: Michael Brennan

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    Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant, January 1975

    Photo: Michael Brennan

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    Led Zeppelin en-route to Detroit, January 1975

    Photo: Michael Brennan

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    John Bonham at the interval, January 1975

    Photo: Michael Brennan

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    "Oooh Yeah, Oooh yeah" Robert Plant, March 25, 1970 Denver, Colorado USA

    Photo by: Dan Fong

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    Robert Plant, October 1976

    Photo by: Terence Spencer

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    Led Zeppelin, performing at Earl’s Court, London, May 1975.

    Photo by: Michael Putland

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    Led Zeppelin, 1971

    Written by Chris Dreja

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    Keith Relf, London, 1967

    Photo by: Chris Dreja

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    The Yardbirds. From left: Chris Dreja, Keith Relf, Jim McCarty, Peter Grant dressed as Father Christmas, Jimmy Page, 1967

    Photo by Chris Dreja