Led Zeppelin Drop Two New Tracks, Still No Hope For Reunion

Led Zeppelin is reissuing its first three albums in June, but fans are getting some Zeppelin rarities ahead of that.

Specifically, fans are getting to hear previously unreleased versions of “Whole Lotta Love” and “Keys to the Highway”.

Jimmy Page grabbed the tracks from the band’s vault.

“Keys to the Highway” was recorded in 1970. Robert Plant says he and Jimmy Page were just fooling around when they put it on tape. The “Whole Lotta Love” track is an early version—missing some vocals, slide guitar, the middle section, and first chorus.

If you were wondering if this new material and the album reissues were a sign that Zeppelin was going to do some reunion shows, Robert Plant says there’s zero chance.

Jimmy Page said, “I’m sure people would love to hear it. I’m not the one to be asking, I don’t sing.”

Duff McKagan will Join Guns N Roses at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards Show

Another founding member of Guns N’ Roses will join the band for their performance at the Golden Gods Awards tomorrow night (4.23)… Duff McKagan.

The event is at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.

This will be McKagan’s first time sharing the stage with Guns N’ Roses in the U.S. after he joined the band for several South American dates.

The 2014 Revolver Golden Gods awards show will stream live on Amazon, VH1.com, VH1Classic.com and the VH1 App tomorrow. VH1 Classic will air the show on May 24.

Here’s video from the Argentina show when McKagan joined Guns N’ Roses on stage for a few tunes.

Puddle of Mudd Singer Had Another Meltdown (video)

Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin had an on-stage meltdown during a show Wednesday night.

TMZ posted video showing Scantlin losing it during the Dallas show, throwing his microphone into the crowd. Some reports say fans were upset because it appeared he was lip-syncing.

Scantlin’s mic tossing might have injured a fan. Paramedics were called though they didn’t say what the caused the injury. Several witnesses blamed it on the flying mic.