A source tells OTD that Led Zeppelin's management will soon announce that the group will cancel its scheduled appearance at a November 26 gig honoring Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. The resaon: a broken hand by Jimmy Page.
The one-off show would've been the group's first performance in nearly 20 years.
We hold that attending Berklee does not make artists Bostonians for life, as it seems to in certain local-music-award circles. But we don't want the statute of limitations to be up just yet for Via Audio, the now-Brooklyn-based-but-Berklee-bred indie auteurs who’ve become blog-famous thanks to endorsements from Death Cab’s Chris Walla and Spoon’s Jim Eno.