Jimmy Page News
Project features input from surviving members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones
Days before their reunion show, the group ran through their whole set at England's Shepperton Studios
'Yardbirds '68' includes "studio sketches," live recordings from New York City's Anderson Theater
A cover of "Money," by Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds, will feature on the Page-released LP 'The Beginning'
Chafing at attacks from press, inspired by unparalleled artistic ambitions, Zeppelin made one of rock's biggest albums
New clip follows Jimmy Page's Facebook live chat to discuss 'The Complete BBC Sessions'
Guitarist talks revisiting group's vintage radio broadcasts for new expanded reissue
Warner/Chappell ask court to recoup attorney fees from plaintiffs to "encourage and reward the litigation of a meritorious defense"
For a few months in 1993, Jimmy Page and Whitesnake's David Coverdale were in a band together
"For Led Zeppelin, they won on a technicality," attorney Francis Malofiy says of "disappointing" verdict
Zeppelin lawyers overjoyed, while plaintiff attorney Francis Malofiy says the band "got off on a technicality"
Flamboyant lawyers, 'Mary Poppins' and Jimmy Page's air guitar highlight one of rock's most bizarre trials
Jury determines "Stairway" did not copy Spirit's "Taurus" after one day of deliberation
"Any other catfights or anything else?" judge admonishes counsels after contentious back-and-forth
Whether or not Jimmy Page and Robert Plant stole "Stairway to Heaven," their catalog is full of blatant musical swipes