Stairway to Heaven - Framed Soundwave Art
- Led Zeppelin inspired soundwave art.
- Framed and ready-to-hang with a black wood frame and museum-quality glass.
- Three size choices: Tabloid, Classic, Premium.
- Schedule a virtual visit if you're interested in an oversized custom design project.
- American made.
Led Zeppelin started planning “Stairway” in early 1970, when they decided to create a new, epic song to replace “Dazed And Confused” as the centerpiece of their concerts. Jimmy Page would work on the song in an 8-track studio he installed in his boathouse, trying out different sections on guitar.
In October 1970 after 18 months of near-constant touring, Page and Plant worked on the song at a Welsh cottage called Bron-yr-Aur, where they started writing songs for the album. They recorded the intro at Island Studios in London. Months later, they finalized the recording in a mobile studio owned by The Rolling Stones. The mobile studio was set up in a huge, old, dusty mansion with no electricity but great acoustics.