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Jimmy Page

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Jimmy Page is the mastermind and sonic architect behind Led Zeppelin. After making his name as a session guitarist for some of the ’60s biggest bands, Page took over, took apart and completely rebuilt the tattered remains of the Yardbirds in order to create one of the greatest hard rock bands of all time.

In addition to his revolutionary guitar, songwriting and production work, Page helped Led Zeppelin re-write the rules of the music business by taking unprecedented control over how the group’s music was created, packaged and marketed. Together with manager Peter Grant, the group also flipped the concert industry on its head by demanding the lions share of the gate go to the artist.

Following John Bonham’s death and the breakup of Led Zeppelin in 1980, Page’s solo or collaborative live and studio work has arrived only sporadically, and he has spent a considerable amount of time curating his former group’s back catalog.

Jimmy Page Angered by Neighbor Robbie Williams’ Home Renovation

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Daniel Liebl / Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Apparently when Jimmy Page isn't busy being a cool rock star, he's a lot like normal people who bitch about what their neighbors are doing.

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Top 10 Post-Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page Songs

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The 10 best songs Jimmy Page made after leaving Led Zeppelin.

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Joe Cocker and Jimmy Page Live in 1983 – Pic of the Week

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Mark Bowman Images

Our photo of the week finds the late Joe Cocker on stage with Jimmy Page, at a November 29, 1983 stop in Dallas as part of the Ronnie Lane Appeal for Multiple Sclerosis (or A.R.M.S.) tour.

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Jimmy Page Promises His New Material ‘Will Be Surprising’

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Cue up a Jimmy Page record, and you expect to enjoy a feast for the ears.

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31 Years Ago: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Reunite – For One Song

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Jimmy Page sat in with Robert Plant in London on Dec. 13, 1983.

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Jimmy Page Disputes Rumors That He Was Too High to Work During ‘In Through the Out Door’ Sessions

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

"You know who knows me? My clothes. My clothes know me very well."

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26 Years Ago: Jimmy Page Begins His First Solo Tour

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YouTube

Jimmy Page launched his highly scrutinized first solo tour on Nov. 21, 1988, at the Hummingbird in Birmingham, England.

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Jimmy Page Is Somewhat of a Hoarder

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Jimmy Page's new book, 'Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page,' chronicles the Led Zeppelin guitarist's life in more than 600 photographs.

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Jimmy Page Looks Back During Q&A Session With Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell and Jimmy Page
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Of all the interviews Jimmy Page will sit for during the press tour in support of his new photographic memoir, this one might be the strangest.

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Jimmy Page Still Does Not See a Led Zeppelin Reunion Happening

Jimmy Page
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

There are some questions that certain celebrities will never be able to get away from, and for Jimmy Page, that list definitely includes, "Will we see a Led Zeppelin reunion?"

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