I did not ever obtain any John Bonham autographs as he died before I started collecting.

My autograph relationship with Led Zeppelin is primarily
from the years of 1986 through 2004,
with just a very, very few encounters thereafter.

Though Jimmy Page is seemingly a very nice man, he is a very reluctant signer.
To obtain his autograph as often as I did here in L.A., I had to form somewhat of a “financial friendship” with those who had tour access to him and would allow me “paid access”.
On several occasions, unfortunately, it got a bit ugly…
Robert Plant has been very accessible for years and participates in pre-concert “meet & greets”.
John Paul Jones is indeed a very willing signer, and very nice man, if you can ever find him.

Two examples of Robert Plant’s signature on each of these “Manic Nirvana” solo Tour Books.

***NOW & THEN***

Both Signed by Robert Plant in West Hollywood at the Rainbow Bar & Grill, but about 14 years apart. This is a perfect example on how his autograph has changed over the years. The photo on the left was signed on September 12, 2002 and the one on the right was signed on June 14, 1988.


I have 3 different autographed programs from the 1979 Knebworth, UK performance,
each one signed by a member of Led Zeppelin: Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page.
Signed at the L.A. Greek Theater at the pre-concert “Meet and Greet” party on September 12, 2002. Robert was signing 2 items, and shaking hands with each of the 35ish fans that attended.
I took both of the above photos of Robert Plant on Hollywood Blvd. in May 16, 1995,
standing next to my then red Toyota 4-Runner. I later got them signed on his “Dreamland” tour
at The Greek Theatre pre show signing “Meet and Greet” on September 12, 2002.
Two photos that I took of a Robert Plant and Jimmy Page billboard
at Tower Records on The Sunset Strip and later got both photos signed.
Signed by Robert Plant outside the Rainbow Bar and Grill in West Hollywood on September 12, 2002.
This poster was not signed in person in front of me. However, at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on September 12, 2012 I saw a fan who was also in line with me at the pre concert "Meet and Greet", with this unsigned poster. He was about 15 people behind me, out of about 35 or so people there for the "M&G". Everyone was allowed to get about 2 or 3 items signed. After the person I was with and I received our signed items (which were actually my items), I waited for this other fan with the now-signed poster to exit the signing room, and I traded two of my signed items for this one poster.
Signed flyer by Robert Plant on September 11, 2002.
I took the photo of Robert Plant and Jimmy Page at the June 30, 1990 Knebworth, (England) all day concert/festival but obtained the signatures at the soundcheck on June 29, 1990 (the day before) This was the first time I ever saw Plant and Page share the same stage.
The inner booklet to the Led Zeppelin box set, autographed by Robert Plant.
One of my favorite Robert Plant autographs in my Led Zeppelin collection
is this signed “Non Stop Go” 1988 Tour Book from his Now and Zen Tour.
Another example of Robert Plant’s autograph.

Robert Plant & Jimmy Page signed drum head purchased at the Los Angeles Forum as the band was selling complete signed drum heads used in earlier shows of the No Quarter Tour.

This is a photograph that I personally took of Robert Plant at the June 30, 1990 Knebworth Pop Festival in Kenbworth, England. I later got this photograph signed by Robert on August 10, 1990 at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Laguna Hills.
…and this personally signed solo album was autographed by Robert Plant while sitting down at a table, at the pre-concert Meet and Greet, at The Greek Theater on September 12, 2002.
Autographed and framed Robert Plant “Pictures At Eleven” album signed backstage at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Laguna Hills on August 10, 1990. This is indeed one of the clearest and nicest signatures I have of Robert Plant in my entire collection. This is an amazing piece of autographed memorabilia.



The two guitars and three albums below were not signed in my presence.

The two guitars were signed with the help of a road staff crew person
at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles on October 18, 1999,
during a very failed but very expensive unofficial “Meet & Greet”.

The three albums were all purchased from Led Zeppelin collector and historian Rick Barrett
in 1985 for an approximate price of $3,000 each. He stated that all three LP’s were signed
in full at The Rainbow Theater in London, during the 1980 European Tour rehearsals.

I make NO REPRESENTATION, either way, to the validity or non-validity of these signatures.
I would gladly enjoy hearing your opinions should you wish to express them regarding the
authenticity or lack thereof on any of these signatures below.