Jimmy Page Reveals Emotional Elvis Presley Secret


Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page told a touching story about Elvis Presley on his social media on Thursday. Page recently revealed a heartbreaking final John Bonham photo.

“During the 1970 Led Zeppelin tour of Europe, sandwiched between Essen and Berlin, I played Frankfurt with Led Zeppelin with its close proximity to US military bases. The audience always had a strong showing of those servicemen and women.

Elvis Presley had been stationed at Friedberg whilst in the army and it’s rumoured that Elvis himself attended some shows in Frankfurt back in the day – it’s highly probable that we played ‘Frankfurt Special’ that evening in the rock ‘n’ roll medley during ‘Whole Lotta Love’ to pay tribute to both Elvis, Frankfurt, and G.I. Blues. If we didn’t play it that time, I think we played it every other time we played Frankfurt! 🇩🇪”

A Motley Crue member recently dropped a Led Zeppelin reunion bombshell. He also recently wrote, “On this day in 1988, my first solo album ‘Outrider’ had entered the Billboard charts.⁣

The album was on David Geffen’s label. I had worked closely with the label’s publicist Bryn Bridenthal on press in LA to promote the record and even had a single released. The promo department did a good job on this one.⁣”