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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.

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Manor Once Belonging to Jimmy Page and Aleister Crowley Goes Up in Flames

The historic manor once owned by Jimmy Page and occultist Aleister Crowley has been destroyed in a fire.

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The Time Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Reunited – For One Song

It was just the second time Plant and Page performed together after calling it quits, and again they reached back into their pre-Led Zeppelin past.

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Jimmy Page Has Big Plans for His Solo Career in 2016

Jimmy Page is still keeping most details regarding his long-awaited return to solo work under wraps, but he's definitely planning to make some noise in 2016.

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Jimmy Page Isn’t Taking Keith Richards’ Led Zeppelin Insult Seriously

It takes a certain amount of confidence to laugh it off when someone has dismissed your life's work as "hollow," but when you're Jimmy Page, not even an insult from Keith Richards can get you down.

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Jimmy Page Gearing Up to Record New Solo Album in 2016: ‘It’s Time’

Now that he's closed the book on Led Zeppelin after finishing work on the band's latest reissue series, Jimmy Page is ready to get to work on his first solo album since 1988's Outrider.

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Watch Jimmy Page Play Led Zeppelin with Paul Rodgers and an All-Star Band

Jimmy Page joined Paul Rodgers and members of Cheap Trick, Guns N' Roses and Nirvana on stage to perform a Led Zeppelin favorite.

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The History of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant’s Daring, Genre-Bending ‘No Quarter’

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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Ross Halfin

Jimmy Page Talks Led Zeppelin Reissues and Legacy, With an Eye on the Future: Exclusive Interview

Jimmy Page has a lot of ideas about what he’d like to do next, now that the final three Led Zeppelin reissues have been released.

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25 Years Ago: Jimmy Page Jams With Aerosmith

Aerosmith called up Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page for a two-song jam at the U.K.'s Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donington in 1990.

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Jimmy Page Describes the ‘Total Nightmare’ of Rehearsing Other Singers

Jimmy Page talks about why the plan to continue working with John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham after Led Zeppelin's 2007 reunion broke down.

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