It has often been said that Led Zeppelin were to the 1970s what The Beatles were to the 1960s. During this decade they achieved global domination and broke records worldwide with their 6 studio albums and epic world tours. They had monumental success, massive influence, and impressive legacy. From performing on the amateur scene and in session studios, to the comparative success of playing in The Yardbirds and Band Of Joy, the collective experiences of Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones came together to form the greatest rock band of all time. The Untold Story documentary reveals the often overlooked side of the formative years of the band. Using early performance footage, seldom seen interviews and previously unpublished photographs, as well as contributions from colleagues, friends and associates who worked alongside the future members of Led Zeppelin.