Jimmy Fallon was profoundly affected by the music of Led Zeppelin, he told lead singer Robert Plant on 'Late Night' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). He got his first Zeppelin record from... the woods. "I was walking in the woods, and it was under leaves -- a record album was in the woods?!" said Fallon. He described 'Stairway to Heaven' as "druid music ... It changed my life -- made me who I am today."
As for Plant's life, he said he "can barely remember what happened." It's a wave of "some cars, some planes, and some audiences and some animals." Fallon asked if there was a particular performance or experience that made him think, "This is it, we made it. We're big now." Plant replied: "I met some girls from Chicago..." Check out the clip for the rest of the story.