Win an Exclusive Led Zeppelin Photo From 1973
In celebration of the release of a newly revamped version of our favorite iPhone app, the Led Zeppelin 'Live Dreams' photo gallery, Ultimate Classic Rock is giving you the chance to win this exclusive in-concert portrait of Jimmy Page.
This compelling black and white photograph was taken by Larry Ratner, the photographer behind the acclaimed 'Live Dreams' photo book and app.
As you may remember from our review a few months back, the 'Live Dreams' app lets you carry a boatload of Ratner's exclusive live photographs of Led Zeppelin around wherever your iPhone or iPad goes.
There are also essays dedicated to his memories of shows from various cities and years, and information on how to purchase print versions of the photos. You can get more details on the app right here.
The photographer has chosen one of these excellent pictures, featuring guitarist Jimmy Page in an iconic pose, smack dab in the middle of a solo during the band's performance of the legendary epic concert highlight 'Stairway to Heaven.'
Here's Ratner's memories of that evening: "Jimmy Page caresses the frets during the six-string solo passage of 'Stairway to Heaven.' For the original studio track, a Fender Telecaster was used for the solo. Starting with the 1971 tour, when 'Stairway' was first performed live, he employed a Gibson EG Doubleneck. This moment was captured in Milwaukee on July 10, 1973."
Pretty cool, right? The winner will get the print on an 11x14" matte, signed and numbered. All you have to do is sign up using the form below. Good luck, Zeppelin rules, and ramble on!