4. FOR ONE NIGHT, THEY WERE KNOWN AS “THE NOBS.”
Frau Eva von Zeppelin, a direct descendant of Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, was upset over what she believed to be a dishonoring of the family name by the band. She demanded the group change their name, and got her wish on February 28, 1970, when the band performed as The Nobs in Copenhagen. Both popular and critical opinion favored the band’s preferred name, and they were Led Zeppelin once more for their next show—and every show thereafter.