It looks like Led Zeppelin's battle over "Stairway to Heaven" is still going to be fought in the Keystone State.
The Hollywood Reporter says a U.S. District Court judge in eastern Pennsylvania has denied their motion to dismiss or transfer the lawsuit filed in the state by the heirs of Spirit founder Randy Craig Wolfe.
Lawyers for Zeppelin argued that the defendants are British citizens and have no reason to call Pennsylvania home. But the plaintiff claims Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and their music companies are subject to jurisdiction in Pennsylvania because they "directly target" the district for the "exploitation of 'Stairway to Heaven.'"
Wolfe's heirs sued Led Zeppelin this summer, alleging that the music for the iconic song actually came from a Spirit song called "Taurus."