Arguably one of the best bands of all time, Led Zeppelin has fans worldwide of all ages. Let apps help you listen to its music, watch concerts, and even learn how to play your all-time favorite Zeppelin tunes.
If you are a classic rock fan, then most certainly Led Zeppelin is up there on your listening list. But if you don't want to spend lots of money on a vinyl collection, apps can help you jam to Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and the gang anywhere and anytime you choose. In 2013, Spotify earned exclusive rights to stream the band's music as the band had refused to give license to streaming services, but now you can hear its albums through many different streaming apps. You can create your own Led Zeppelin playlist including all your favorite tunes like "Stairway to Heaven," "Misty Mountain Hop," and "Immigrant Song." Additionally, you can stream live recordings and crank up the volume so you can jam for hours like you are in the middle of the 1969 summer concert tour.
In fact, apps and sites can take you one step further to enjoying the experience of a Zeppelin live show by allowing you to download videos of the concert. You can download so many different apps and take concerts with you wherever you go. Just think, the commute to work will never be the same if you download a Zeppelin live performance to watch on the go. Or, if you are having some classic rock fans over, you can watch Plant sing his heart out online and even create a video list of all your favorite music shows.
However, what if listening and watching the band isn't enough for you? If you are musically inclined, or you want to be, apps can help you achieve rock'n'roll status. Specifically, apps can teach you how to play the guitar (or try) like the legendary Page or learn how to play the drums like one of the most influential rock drummers, John Bonham. Most apps that help you learn how to play different instruments and songs feature lots of options like slowing down sections to practice a difficult chord, a drum notation or recording so you can playback and hear how you're improving.
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