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"The Battle of Evermore" (Music)

"Deputy D'Amato and I are checking out Evermore Guitars. It's probably nothing."

Investigating the E-String Strangler leads Keith and Leo to Evermore Guitars, a music store named after the Led Zeppelin song, "The Battle of Evermore." Led Zeppelin, an extremely successful English rock band of the 1970s, based much of their fourth album (known as Led Zeppelin IV) on the Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien, and "The Battle of Evermore" may refer to a battle from the third book, Return of the King. A rock guitarist would undoubtedly be familiar with the works of the Zep and would think himself clever indeed to name his store after one of their songs.

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