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Led Zeppelin: Robert Plant Revisits Collaboration With Jimmy Page

(hennemusic) Robert Plant is revisiting a 1997 collaboration with his Led Zeppelin bandmate Jimmy Page on the latest episode of his Digging Deep podcast series. The track was recorded for the Rainer Ptacek tribute album, "The Inner Flame", a fundraising effort for the German-born, American-based blues-folk guitarist to cover health care costs after he was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 1996; he passed away the following year.
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Why Jimmy Page Hasn't Released New Music In Over 20 Years

Fans of Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page have been waiting for him to release new music for years. Since Zeppelin broke up in 1980, Page was able to get some musical projects going and eventually found his way for a short time with the band Firm. Even though Page and Firm would only last a couple years in the '80s, however, Page saw it as an important point in his life. "I don't have any regrets about doing that at all," Page told Uncut via Ultimate Classic Rock. Page would also work on a variety of projects involving music and his photo-based autobiography, per Classic Rock History.
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Jimmy Page Had A Hard Time With This Led Zeppelin Song's Guitar Solo

Jimmy Page may be rather a dark and intimidating figure, but there's no denying that he's worthy of a place among music's greatest guitarists. The Led Zeppelin legend has also rocked with the likes of The Yardbirds, wowing listeners with his creative and distinctive sound. Rolling Stone once deemed him...
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Will David Coverdale and Jimmy Page reunite for new music?

It’s been a while since we’ve heard any new music from Jimmy Page. But it’s possible when we finally do, we may have David Coverdale to thank for it. The Whitesnake front man collaborated with the Zep electric guitar legend for 1993’s Coverdale/Page, and now it appears that Coverdale is hoping to pull out some unheard material – and possibly even some new music – for the record’s impending 30th anniversary.

Jimmy Page Shares His Favorite Led Zeppelin Song

Without a doubt, Led Zeppelin has an outstanding catalog full of some of the finest and most enduring songs in hard rock. Founder and resident guitar god Jimmy Page wrote several of them and understandably so, he’d find it difficult to pick just one favorite. After all, as fans, it’s already hard for us to choose just their top five.
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Royal Blood Talk New Album, Playing for Jimmy Page, Touring With QOTSA

On April 30th, U.K. bass-and-drum duo Royal Blood — who count Metallica's Lars Ulrich among their many fans — are set to release album No. 3, Typhoons, and ahead of the big date, the group's Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher recently appeared on Spotify Original's show "Rock This With Allison Hagendorf." The episode, which can be streamed below, finds the twosome discussing the upcoming LP, touring with Queens of the Stone Age, bumping into Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page at their American live debut, swimming with eels during quarantine and more.

Jimmy Page Shares His Experience Playing On James Bond Theme

Before forming Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page was an in-demand session musician who played on several classic records – one of which was “Goldfinger” from the 1964 James Bond film of the same name. He was in the instrumental version of the song which they recorded in August 1964 at the famed Abbey Road Studio One in London.
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Jimmy Page Shares Rare XYZ-Era ‘Rock and Ruin’ Demo

Jimmy Page shared a sample of the rare song "Rock & Ruin," marking the 40th anniversary of his XYZ sessions with then-former Yes members Chris Squire and Alan White. Although the Led Zeppelin guitarist didn't comment on its evolution, the 1981 track bears a strong resemblance to another leaked song that later morphed into "Fortune Hunter" by Page's '80s supergroup the Firm. You can stream the snippet of "Rock & Ruin" on Page's website.
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Jennifer Batten’s Guitar Cloud “Heroes” event to teach techniques from EVH, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and Joni Mitchell

Given that Eddie Van Halen once asked Jennifer Batten to show him how to play his own Beat It solo, we can assume she knows a thing or two about teaching electric guitar. More recently, Batten, who has played in Michael Jackson and Jeff Beck’s bands, has hosted the Guitar Cloud Symposium online lesson series. Now she’s just announced the newest Guitar Cloud event – a Deep Dives “Heroes” session decoding the techniques and creative strategies of four guitar legends: Eddie Van Halen, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and Joni Mitchell.