Led Zeppelin Mystery Explored In New Film

One of the men behind the cult classic Heavy Metal Parking Lot has a new film that explores the mystery around a 1969 concert that Led Zeppelin may or may not have performed.

"Led Zeppelin Played Here" is the new documentary from Jeff Krulik that takes a look at the mystery surrounding a Led Zeppelin concert that some say took place at a youth center in Wheaton, Maryland on January 20, 1969 where the legendary band played in front of around 50 teenagers.

Led Zeppelin's official website reportedly says that no evidence exists that the show ever took place and former road manager Richard Cole has no memory of the gig, according to ABC.

The new 90-minute documentary is currently being screened at film festivals with the next screening scheduled to take place at the Cindelphia Film Festival in Philadelphia on April 20th.

You can find out more information about the film and upcoming screenings here.

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