On July 31 2015, the major Led Zeppelin re-issue campaign was completed. Robin Hurley worked with Warner Music Group and the band over the previous 2 years, overseeing the re-release of the band’s nine studio albums - each with a disc of previously unreleased content. The campaign was a huge success, both critically and commercially, winning many awards along the way.
Hurley was the lead project manager for the global campaign, and the main liaison between the band members, their management, and the label.
Hurley began his relationship with Led Zeppelin in mid 2000’s while Senior VP of A&R at Rhino. He worked closely with the band on the release of the compilation Mothership, the deluxe re-issue of The Song Remains The Same, and the Tribute to Ahmet Ertegun concert in 2007 that culminated with the legendary reunion performance at the O2 in London. Hurley also worked with Robert Plant on his box set Nine Lives.