Jimmy Page launched his highly scrutinized first solo tour on Nov. 21, 1988, at the Hummingbird in Birmingham, England.
Jimmy Page's new book, 'Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page,' chronicles the Led Zeppelin guitarist's life in more than 600 photographs.
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.
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?"
Jimmy Page explains why Led Zeppelin abandoned naming their albums numerically for 'Houses of the Holy.'
Jimmy Page's work curating the ongoing series of deluxe Led Zeppelin reissues has already given fans a number of previously unreleased recordings.
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.
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.
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.
Jimmy Page says he isn't worried about Led Zeppelin overshadowing his solo plans.