In bookstores now is Light and Shade: Conversations With Jimmy Page. While much of the book, understandably, focuses on Led Zeppelin, the book also features interviews with Page promoting his projects from the past few decades, including his collaborations with Whitesnake’s David Coverdale (in Coverdale/Page), Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers (in The Firm) and Robert Plant.
Page used the bow on a few Yardbirds songs: “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor” and “Glimpses” from their 1967 album, “Little Games,” and then on Led Zeppelin’s 1969 self-titled debut (“Dazed And Confused” and “How Many More Times”). But he wasn’t the first British rock guitarist to take the bow to his axe.
Attention all vinyl junkies, Backstage Auctions Inc. will be holding the “Rock Gods and Metal Monsters” auction April 21-29. From stage worn attire to hand written lyrics, this auction is without a doubt, worth attending. […]
Watch out depleting ozone layer! The hair metal righteousness that is [lastfm]Whitesnake[/lastfm] is back together with a new bassist, a full line-up, an upcoming album, and enough cans of AquaNet to make the need for tanning […]
One rock band who had their heyday during the 1980s has a new achievement to boast about— the music video for one of their popular music singles just reached the 10-million-views mark on YouTube. The […]