A popular drama on the Peacock Network will soon take the stairway to heaven.
“Revolution,” an NBC post-apocalyptic drama, will feature two tracks by the legendary band Led Zeppelin on an upcoming episode, it was recently announced.
The occasion is to mark the release of the band's new live album/DVD called “Celebration Day.”
"Kashmir," which Rolling Stone readers recently voted as the fourth best Led Zeppelin song of all time, and the song "Since I've Been Loving You," will be included on the Nov. 19 episode.
“Revolution” is produced in association with Warner Bros. Television, while Led Zeppelin is signed with Warner Music Group's publishing arm. This makes the licensing an easier deal for the normally taciturn rockers, who do not often allow access to their music.
The drama focuses on a family dealing with the loss of all the electricity and the technology America once powered.
New DVD “Celebration Day” documents the group's one-off reunion show at London's O2 Arena in 2007, their first full concert since drummer John Bonham's death in 1980. The show was to honor late Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. It will also be released on DVD and Blu ray Nov. 19.
"Revolution" airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET