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Evening Standard, Hulton Archive
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham -- legendary blues rockers Led Zeppelin -- made their live debut at Teen Club Box 45 in Gladsaxe, a suburb in the outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Only they weren't called "Led Zeppelin" yet. They were, rather confusingly, called the "New Yardbirds" because Page, who had worked with the original Yardbirds, was trying to keep that project alive.
They eventually switched to Led Zeppelin after the guys from The Who joked the band would sink like a lead zeppelin.
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