“I remember when I was a kid I was playing with my dad in the backyard in Northampton, Mass., and I remember the sound of the radio going off.
I remember going over to a house on my father’s side and seeing all these radios and all this stuff going off in the yard.
It was kind of crazy.
I can remember thinking, ‘Whoa, what’s going on?
They didn’t even have one, so we just went up to a station. “
So, we thought we’d go to a radio station to get a record.
They didn’t even have one, so we just went up to a station.
I don’t know how many times I went up there, but it never got old.
It still is.
I love it.”
Zeppelin’s last album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide in 1979.
In 2017, Zeppelin’s final album, Abbey Road, sold over 3 million copies in the United States alone.
“They’re a big part of our history,” said Jeff Bridges, who recorded and recorded on both Sgt. Peppers’ solo albums.
“They’re part of who we are, part of what we do.
We don’t want to be just one band.
We want to do it together.
It’s going to be a big deal.”
Zeppelins next two albums, Abbey and Sgt. Pussycat, are set for release on March 20 and May 15, 2019.
The band will also celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut, Abbeyroad, with an all-star lineup of songs from their first two albums set to be performed by some of the country’s top artists.