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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.

Adrian Borromeo, Ultimate Classic Rock
Adrian Borromeo, Ultimate Classic Rock

Funko Pop Figures: Our Classic Rock Wish List

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Danny E. Martindale / Astrid Stawiarz, Getty Images

Jimmy Page Mocked by Robbie Williams Onstage

Williams referenced Page's unsuccessful attempt to stop his neighbor from renovating his house.

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Swan Song

Jimmy Page Talks Led Zeppelin ‘Complete BBC Sessions’ Reissue

With the release of Led Zeppelin's expanded The Complete BBC Sessions right around the corner, Jimmy Page has shed a little extra light on what went into putting together the new package.

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David Martindale, Getty Images

Jimmy Page Takes the Stand, Spirit’s Lawyer Risks Mistrial in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Case

The 'Stairway to Heaven' judge warns of a possible mistrial, and Jimmy Page reveals the size of his record collection.

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Danny Martindale, Getty Images

Jimmy Page and Robert Plant to Appear at ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Plagiarism Trial

Jimmy Page and Robert Plant have told the court they'll appear in person during the upcoming trial being held to determine whether "Stairway to Heaven" was plagiarized.

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Danny Martindale, Getty Images

Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unlikely to Testify in Led Zeppelin Plagiarism Trial

A trial to determine whether Led Zeppelin plagiarized the Spirit song "Taurus" while writing "Stairway to Heaven" continues to proceed toward its scheduled May 10 start.

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The Story of Jimmy Page’s ‘Satanist’ Libel Lawsuit

In March of 2000, one of the uglier stories to surface in the wake of John Bonham's death ended in a legal victory for Jimmy Page.

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Geffen Records

The History of David Coverdale and Jimmy Page’s Album Together

Jimmy Page and David Coverdale, two veterans eager to prove themselves outside of their famous bands, joined forces on the album Coverdale/Page, which was released on March 15, 1993.

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Stephen Lovekin, Getty Images

Jimmy Page Says He Had Never Heard Spirit Song in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Lawsuit

Jimmy Page defended himself against charges that he had stolen the introduction of 'Stairway to Heaven' from Spirit's "Taurus."

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The Day Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Launched Their ‘No Quarter’ Tour

Jimmy Page and Robert Plant shocked fans when they reunited for MTV's Unledded special in October 1994.

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