They were two of the most historic rock shows ever performed in Dundee.
In 1971, Dundee fans paid £1 a ticket to become the first in Scotland to hear Led Zeppelin perform Stairway To Heaven live on stage at Caird Hall.
A gig at the same venue just two years later was among the last of the “small” shows the band ever played before they began to embark on major stadium tours.
Music historian Richard Houghton, from Manchester, is now appealing for fans who were at the gigs to share their memories of what he described as “a golden era for the group”.
He said: “Led Zeppelin were at the height of their powers when they came to Dundee, and the city was fortunate to host them twice.
“From 1975 onwards, the band was bedevilled by drug and alcohol abuse by two of its members and was past its best.
“The shows at the Caird Hall truly were a golden era for the group and these were special evenings for Led Zeppelin fans.”
Mr Houghton is compiling a people’s history of Led Zeppelin to mark 50 years since they first performed live.
He said: “I’m trying to tell the Led Zeppelin story in a different way. I’d like to tell it through fans’ memories of those shows.”
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