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Jimmy Page on Revamping Zeppelin Catalog

Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page says technology has changed since the last remastering of their catalog, so it was time to do it again, including some unreleased tracks.

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Jimmy Page Releases New Rap Mash-Up, ‘Ramblize’

This is bound to offend some of the purists out there, but it’s still newsworthy. Jimmy Page has released a mash-up of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Ramble On’ and the Notorious B.I.G.’s 1996 smash hit ‘Hypnotize.’

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New Rock Stars Guitars Book Out

Guitar aficionados are in for a real treat with the new deluxe book, 108 Rock Star Guitars.

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Jimmy Page Accused of Turning Down Led Zeppelin Reunion for 12.12.12 Benefit Concert

The 12.12.12 benefit concert united some of rock's heaviest hitters to help raise money for Hurricane Sandy's victims -- but according to producer and film executive Harvey Weinstein, it could have been even more of a star-studded affair.

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Top 10 Guitar Solos has come up with its list of the Top 10 Guitar Solos, and number-one is not the fastest, but perhaps the most tasteful.

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Jimmy Page Going After Bootleggers

With so many recordings readily available online, you seldom hear about artists going after bootleggers like we had in the past. But that’s not the case for Jimmy Page who has ordered his lawyers to have the Robert Plant and Jimmy Page: Live in Japan 1996 DVD pulled from HMV and Best Buy in Canada after he declared it to be pirated from a show they did close to 20 years ago.

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Led Zeppelin Was Close To A Reunion Last Year

Led Zeppelin came pretty close to doing another show last December, five years after their 2007 reunion in London.

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Jimmy Page’s Acoustic Guitar Sells for $39,000

An acoustic guitar played by Jimmy Page sold for more than $39,000 at an auction recently. The instrument was among a handful of pieces of rock memorabilia sold at Bonhams last week.

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25 Years Ago: Jimmy Page’s ‘Outrider’ Album Released

Jimmy Page was a band player before he started Led Zeppelin, and he returned to the group ranks after Zeppelin's breakup in 1980, starting the Firm with former Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers. But by the late '80s, he was ready to step out on his own.

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Jimmy Page Helping Kids

Jimmy Page is auctioning off a guitar to help the children of Brazil.

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