Jimmy Page and Robert Plant shocked fans when they reunited for MTV's Unledded special in October 1994.
Jimmy Page released a single under his own name on Feb. 26, 1965.
The Louisville Leopard Percussionists have received a huge Facebook endorsement for their xylophone-driven run through a series of Led Zeppelin classics.
Led Zeppelin will present a global premiere to their upcoming Physical Graffiti reissue with a live event on Thursday that includes a stream of the album and a Q&A session with Jimmy Page.
The soundtracks Jimmy Page composed for 'Lucifer Rising' and 'Death Wish II' will be released on March 6.
Jimmy Page and Paul Rodgers began their collaboration as the Firm with a self-titled debut, released on Feb. 11, 1985.
Those of you still seething with jealousy over not having been in the audience for Jimmy Page's live Q&A session with Chris Cornell last fall should keep an eye out for the March issue of Guitar Player.
It's not often that Jimmy Page releases a new album, but even his rare solo outings have shared much with Led Zeppelin's core sound.
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.
The 10 best songs Jimmy Page made after leaving Led Zeppelin.