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Jimmy Page finds there's still whole lotta love for Led Zeppelin
Jimmy Page finds there's still whole lotta love for Led Zeppelin

There's a pre-concert vibe outside the Ace Hotel theater in downtown Los Angeles, people spilling off the sidewalk into the street as they wait for the doors to open. Once inside, they jam the bar and try to be heard above the din. It's a rock 'n' roll crowd, except there's no band on the card tonight. The draw: a 70-year-old Englishman talking about his new collection of photographs. Jimmy Page, mastermind of Led Zeppelin, is on a book tour. Trim as ever, he gets a standing ovation when he comes on stage, elegant in black with his silver hair neatly fixed in a short ponytail. Over the next 90 minutes, the audience hangs on every word as Chris Cornell, the...

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