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Music Video: Stairway to Heaven (Live at the Kennedy Center Honors) [feat. Jason Bonham]

Artisit: Heart

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 7:58

  • Copyright: Heart

Music Video For Stairway to Heaven (Live at the Kennedy Center Honors) [feat. Jason Bonham] By Artist Heart

Reviews For Stairway to Heaven (Live at the Kennedy Center Honors) [feat. Jason Bonham] By Artist Heart

  • The best rendition of Stairway!

    5
    By unclepaule11
    The band was looking on in total wonder as to how perfect Heart preformed “their” song.
  • Badly edited

    2
    By theoubobcat
    This cuts off the acoustic beginning that can be seen in the video on YouTube. What the hell are you thinking?
  • Led Zeppelin

    5
    By Elise Crismon
    I absolutely love this song and have listened to it ever since I was born. I thought this cover was AMAZING! 5/5 stars!
  • Fantastic

    5
    By K Charley
    How can you not love this. Heart is such a class act, and their tribute to Led Zeppelin with Bonham's son is amazing.
  • Thank You

    5
    By Thank You 1
    My wife passed away five years ago the same night this aired. Thank you Wison Sisters and Itunes! I will keep this forever.
  • RE:Good, by Drdr2323

    4
    By Izzy$parks
    Totally True Can’t beat ledzeplin
  • a truly great performance

    5
    By kididdoc
    watch it.
  • Ms

    5
    By Coralie58
    This has to be the best performance I have ever seen & to see the looks on Robert Plant & Jimmy Paige is priceless. Way to go Ann & Nance Heart what an awesome job!
  • Absolutely Awesome!

    5
    By MacStorm1
    I always (for some reason) hate when people ask me what my favorite song is. With so many songs in the world, isn’t that asking a bit too much? But, when pressed, I stop to think…and Stairway to Heaven always comes to mind. It’s a no-brainer. And this tribute, is touching, and demonstrates it’s effect upon us still. Thank you Heart! …and thank you Led Zeppelin!!!!
  • A Must!!!

    5
    By Steven F.
    If you're a Baby Boomer or Gen X'er with even a remote semblance of rock taste, this will move you. I almost feel Heart is one of the few worthy of this Led Zep tribute and of course no less than Ann Wilson could make Robert Plant's eyes water. I must admit, I...like the other reviewers...found a tear rolling down my cheek. Nancy and the rest of the band were at the top of thier game also.

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