Led Zeppelin were a rock band. Probably the rock band. From their founding in 1968 until their untimely breakup in 1980, Zeppelin defined and refined what it meant to play loud guitar music. They took blues influence, standard for rock n roll, and brought in folk and really just turned things up. Their rhythm section, featuring John Bonham on drums and John Paul Jones on bass/keys, were perhaps the tightest to ever play together. Principle songwriter and guitarist Jimmy Page became a guitar god. And Robert Plant had a real set of pipes to just set the whole thing off. This vintage tie dyed Led Zeppelin shirt from 1984, lightly worn in great condition, features the band's iconic Swan Song logo.