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Jimmy Page Explains His Early Success as a Session Guitarist

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George Stroud, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Most Led Zeppelin fans are aware of the fact that Jimmy Page was highly in demand as a session guitarist before joining the Yardbirds in the '60s.

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20 Years Ago: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Reunite for the Daring, Genre-Bending ‘No Quarter’

Robert Plant Jimmy Page
Atlantic

Any Led Zeppelin fan expecting Robert Plant and Jimmy Page's long-awaited reunion to include John Paul Jones must have been stunned to find them working instead with street musicians in Marrakech, Morocco.

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Jimmy Page Talks About Making ‘Stairway to Heaven’

BBC
BBC

Jimmy Page is offering fans an intimate look into Led Zeppelin's most famous song, sharing memories and insights as a record spins in front of him.

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Jimmy Page Says He Feels No Pressure to Live Up to Led Zeppelin Legacy

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Jo Hale, Getty Images

Jimmy Page says he isn't worried about Led Zeppelin overshadowing his solo plans.

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Jimmy Page to Promote New Book by Talking to Chris Cornell

Jimmy Page
Genesis Publications

On Oct. 14, Jimmy Page will become the first member of Led Zeppelin to publish a memoir -- with a twist.

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Jimmy Page Inching Closer to Forming New Band

Olympics - Closing Ceremony

Jimmy Page has expressed frustration that Led Zeppelin haven't mounted a reunion tour, but he sounds like he's getting closer to starting his own group again.

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Robert Plant Wants to Hear New Music From Jimmy Page

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page
YouTube

Robert Plant has been outspoken in his desire to move forward with his music instead of dwelling on his Led Zeppelin legacy.

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Robert Plant ‘Disappointed and Baffled’ by Jimmy Page’s Calls for a Led Zeppelin Reunion

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page
Danny Martindale, Getty Images

Robert Plant is getting sick of Jimmy Page talking about a Led Zeppelin reunion.

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Dave Davies Debunks Story Claiming Jimmy Page Played on The Kinks’ ‘You Really Got Me’

Dave Davies and Jimmy Page
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Dave Davies emphatically rebukes a BBC documentary that says that Jimmy Page played on the Kinks classic.

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Jimmy Page Jokes That He Should Tour Alone As Led Zeppelin

Danny E. Martindale, Getty Images
Danny E. Martindale, Getty Images

The guitarist noted a renewed interest in the band after a trio of huge reissues.

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