LED ZEPPELIN Still Wants Legal Fees

The New York City Premiere For Led Zeppelin Celebration Day

If you thought last year's verdict exonerated Led Zeppelin from charges that "Stairway to Heaven" plagiarized another song, think again.

Back in March, the estate of Spirit guitarist Randy Wolfe (a.k.a. Randy California) filed an appeal to the ruling -- based on whether Jimmy Page and Robert Plant had access to the Spirit song "Taurus" and then wrote something based on it. Led Zep's attorney has since responded -- not just to defend the 2016 decision, but to demand repayment of the band's legal fees in the case from Wolfe's estate. The argument for that involves a 1994 Supreme Court case regarding John Fogerty as to whether a suit was, and continues to be, frivolous.




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