Jimmy Page Reveals How Robert Plant Beat Mick Jagger


Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page discussed Robert Plant won a best singer contest, topping The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, in a new social media post. Jimmy Page recently revealed a painful John Bonham photo.

“On this day in 1970, Led Zeppelin were voted Top British Group in the Melody Maker poll.

By 1970, Led Zeppelin had risen in the categories of The Melody Maker Poll. It was the most prestigious of the music papers in the UK at the time. The Melody Maker Poll awards ceremony was hosted at the Savoy Hotel in London. Led Zeppelin were awarded number one Group, number one UK Album and number two International Album with Led Zeppelin II, Robert Plant number one Male Singer. In the guitar category, I was number two, with Eric Clapton number one and Jimi Hendrix number three. 🏆”

Mick Jagger allegedly snubbed Keith Richards’ daughter recently. Jimmy Page wrote in another recent post, “On this day in 1965, I was asked to be on a session at Kingsway Studios, Holborn, London. It was for Donovan. One of the songs recorded that afternoon was Sunshine Superman; it was a massive hit in the UK and the US. I got to work with Donovan as a hired hand on a number of tracks on Hurdy Gurdy Man.

In June 2011, I was asked to play Sunshine Superman with Donovan at the Royal Albert Hall. It was a concert of many textures and colours, a tapestry of delights as the Sunshine Troubador showcase his illustrious career.” Robert Plant made a stunning death revelation over the weekend.