Led Zeppelin is coming to a movie theater near you. Then a record store.
The iconic British rock n roll band will release its 2007 Celebration Day reunion as a concert film Oct. 13, then will put out the show on multiple video and audio formats Nov. 19.
Original members Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page were joined onstage by Jason Bonham, son of the late drummer John Bonham, for the tribute to Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun.
The two-hour concert included Stairway to Heaven, Kashmir and Dazed and Confused among its 19 songs. It was the bands first headlining show in 27 years.
‘60 Minutes’ plans sports spinoff
CBS is expanding 60 Minutes into cable television for the first time with a monthly version of the newsmagazine on Showtime devoted solely to sports.
60 Minutes of Sports will begin in November, featuring regular 60 Minutes correspondents as well as CBS Sports contributors such as James Brown and Jim Nantz.
We all feel very confident about the end product being what people expect from 60 Minutes, said CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager. Hes executive producer of 60 Minutes as well and will team with the weekly newsmagazines executive editor, Bill Owens, as co-executive producers of the sports show.
Each months show will feature two original segments and a newsmaker interview, along with an updated rerun from the 60 Minutes archive.
Kanye West leads Hip-Hop nominees
Kanye West hasnt released a solo album since 2010, but the rapper has kept relevant with another strong year.
Now, BET is taking notice.
West received the most nominations with 17 for the seventh annual BET Hip-Hop Awards, which will air Oct. 9.
Rapper 2 Chainz scored 13 nominations and Drake earned 11 nods, respectively.
The nominations were announced Wednesday.
Actor and comedian Mike Epps will return as host.