Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page’s final performance (as of this writing) was in November 2015 in Seattle, and Page marked the anniversary of his goodbye show with some big names in a new social media post. Jimmy Page took a brutal shot at Depeche Mode a few days ago.
“On this day in 2015, I performed with Paul Allen at the EMP Museum (now known as @mopopseattle) in Seattle, Washington.
I received the Founders Award that evening and, in celebration of my career, a whole host of musicians including @officialduffmckagan, @kimthayil, @williamduvallofficial, @paulrodgersofficial, @cheaptrickrick, Rich Robinson, and @kristnovoselic from #Nirvana played @ledzeppelin and Yardbirds songs in tribute.
A group of young people from the museum’s youth program performed an amazing rendition of Whole Lotta Love. At the end, Paul Allen and I played Rock and Roll with everyone for the finale.”
Robert Plant revealed what angered him about Led Zeppelin a few days ago. Plant was originally scheduled to release his new ‘Digging Deep’ box set on December 13th just ahead of Christmas, but despite Rhino Records still having that release date listed, it appears the release date has been pushed back.
Robert Plant stated in recent magazine interviews with Uncut and Classic Rock that the box set will be released on February 28, 2020. The box set features Plant’s solo singles, and is named after his new popular podcast, which began earlier this year and is currently in its second season. On each episode, Plant looks back at a past song he recorded, dating back from Led Zeppelin to his more recent work. Robert Plant revealed a massive Led Zeppelin reunion tour offer earlier this month.