Led Zeppelin Catalog Earned Almost $60 Million From 2011 To 2014?

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(Classic Rock) The jury in the trial over Led Zeppelin classic Stairway To Heaven has heard that the band's catalogue earned around $60 million over the years 2011 to 2014.

The testimony came from music economist Michael Einhorn during the fourth day of the trial in Los Angeles, before judge Gary Klausner. Another expert said that the chord sequence at the centre of the case is at least three centuries old.

Einhorn spoke after Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones made a brief appearance at the witness stand. He said that guitarist Jimmy Page had never mentioned 1967 Spirit track Taurus, which the band are accused of having copied for 1971 song Stairway. Asked if it had ever been discussed, Jones said: "No." Read more here.

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