Jimmy Page Drops The White Stripes 2020 Bombshell


Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page discussed a song he recorded with former The White Stripes frontman Jack White being disrespected, but it sounds like he wants it to get more attention as we approach 2020. Jack White revealed a stunning Eddie Vedder haircut photo a few days ago.

“On this day in 2009, ‘It Might Get Loud’ was released on DVD in America. When shooting began in England on my segments, it was said that this was going to be a cinema release and after various festivals it did indeed have some screenings, but was to surface on DVD with a number of extras just in time for Christmas!

One of these extras being an interpretation of an acoustic number ‘Embryo 3’ that happened to be filmed in a building overlooking the gardens of Buckingham Palace. Most of the people that spoke to me about the film said they had either seen it on a plane, not checked the extras, or downloaded it off the internet; so it probably wasn’t heard that much.”

He also said, “On this day in 1968, it was Led Zeppelin’s first journey to the United States. The members of Led Zeppelin enter the United States for their first American Tour, and we stayed at one of my old Yardbird haunts – The Chateau Marmont. I had been used to touring the States with The Yardbirds over the previous two years, but for first timers Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones, it was not going to take long for them to be initiated in to the ways of the US.⁣” Jimmy Page revealed why he rejected a Led Zeppelin tour earlier this month.