He’s been spotted blasting the music of Led Zeppelin’s rivals while Page is in his garden.
Their abuse of alcohol and drugs is “well-documented”
All that glitters may not be gold, especially if the stairway to heaven was borrowed
There’s enough pressure on you as it is when you’re an up-and-coming Aussie band trying to represent your country and establish a foothold overseas. But Melbourne-based rockers The Delta Riggs felt the pressure surge when the legendary Jimmy Page showed up to their London gig. The group was gearing up to take the stage at
Robert Plant has completely ruled out the chance of Led Zeppelin performing together again any time soon, saying there is “zero” chance of another reunion show. The comments come in the wake of the band’s announcement that they will be reissuing their first three albums. In a recent interview with the BBC about the upcoming
Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page has opened up about their 2007 reunion tour that never happened, whilst the group performed one show that has been replicated to both DVD and CD. But whatever happened to more extensive tour plans? Well, apparently Robert Plant is to blame. Page has explained to Rolling Stone Magazine (Via NME) that
Although we might not see the mighty rock legends Led Zeppelin ever reunite, there’s still plenty to be excited about as the band are making a number of efforts to please fans, including their recent concert film Celebration Day. Now guitarist Jimmy Page revealed that he is working on remastering a number of albums from