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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF JIMMYPAGE
22.6% of jimmypage's followers are female and 77.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.10%. The average number of likes per post is 22326 and the average number of comments is 212.
Jimmypage loves posting about Music, Rock, Band.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR JIMMYPAGE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF JIMMYPAGE
- Music 55.63 %
- Photography 46.90 %
- Beauty & Fashion 45.03 %
- Travel & Tourism 39.39 %
- Art & Design 38.41 %
- Books and Literature 37.66 %
- Sports 36.62 %
- Movies and TV 35.05 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 34.98 %
- Business & Careers 34.70 %
- Fitness & Yoga 33.44 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 32.90 %
On this day in 1969, I played Carnegie Hall with @ledzeppelin Travelling en mass, Led Zeppelin managed to miss our plane out of Heathrow, so we caught the next available flight which got us into New York just a few hours before we were due to play this prestigious venue. Nevertheless, we played a blinding concert but this was the one and only time we ever got to play Carnegie Hall. Originally I had been led to believe that Carnegie Hall was owned by Dale Carnegie of 'How To Win Friends and Influence People' fame, it turns out that this was not the case but he did once rent it for one of his lectures!
On this day in 2020, my book ‘Jimmy Page: The Anthology’ is released in the UK. Within the contents of The Anthology, I wanted to include items from my personal archive that have played a part in my career over 60 years, to illustrate the detail behind the detail. _________________________________ “In a new text of over 70,000 words, Jimmy Page guides the reader through hundreds of rare items, many of which are previously unseen, and others of mythic status, such as the Gibson double neck guitar, his dragon-emblazoned suit, his white embroidered poppy suit, and the outfit worn in the concert film The Song Remains the Same. Also included are handwritten diaries, correspondence, rare vinyl pressings, previously unpublished photographs and much, much more. Jimmy Page has personally selected each piece to be photographed in this book, which has been created with his full participation. The result is Jimmy Page: The Anthology. Both reflective and revealing, it is quite simply the legendary musician's most comprehensive and fascinating account of his life to date.” _________________________________ Jimmy Page: The Anthology is available now (link in bio) in the UK and will be released next Tuesday globally.
On this day in 1999, I played the Roseland Ballroom with The Black Crowes - the first of three days in New York, following a few days' rehearsals. At this point, recording at The Greek Theatre in LA hadn't been discussed. We had first played together at the Cafe de Paris in London in the June of this year and their manager, Pete Angelus, had suggested it might be cool to reciprocate. So I did, and here we were at the first concert of a few in New York, Boston and LA. Photos © 1999 J Bloomrosen
On this day in 2019, Catalyst by @scarlettzsabet was released. Catalyst is a spoken word album written and performed by Scarlett Sabet and produced by me, and it was released on 10th October 2019 on a special 12-inch etched vinyl via my website. I knew Scarlett's poems were exceptionally vibrant in print and I had witnessed the power of her public readings. I thought it would be exciting to do a project together to emphasise the power of the spoken word providing sonic landscapes in the context of poetry and present her work in a radical and unique form. The recorded collection of eight poems also includes a 24-page full-colour booklet featuring liner notes written by Scarlett Sabet and myself plus photography by my daughter Scarlet Page. The recordings and mixes were made at Tower House, London, the week of 13th May 2019, using analogue and digital techniques. Photography by @scarletpage and original artwork by @kind_studio. __________________________________ Catalyst is available from JimmyPage.com and all streaming platforms.
On this day in 1999, I played NetAid with @diddy I had been invited to appear at NetAid with Sean Combs - P Diddy - and to perform a short solo set of my own later in the programme at the historic Giants Stadium in New Jersey. NetAid was an ambitious project way in advance of its time with its concept. The charity was an anti-poverty initiative and funds would be generated by the concert via the internet. I was told later the site was so overloaded it apparently crashed. We could see from Diddy's performance just what an amazing concert this certainly was.
On this day in 1999, I played at the soundcheck for NetAid at the Giants Stadium, in preparation for the show the next day. With Michael Lee on drums and @prattguyofficial2018 on bass, we were joined as an instrumental trio by @the_black_crowes heavyweights Chris Robinson on vocals and Rich Robinson on guitar.
On this day in 1966, Time Drags By by Cliff Richard was released. I had been booked to play harmonica on a session at EMI Studio Number Two and discovered that it was for Cliff Richard. The song had been written by the Shadows guitarists Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch, who were there with drummer Brian Bennett and Cliff. They were super gracious and encouraging and it was a pleasure to have worked with some of the UK music aristocracy. This song was later to feature in the film Finders Keepers. In 1959 I played one support spot whilst in Neil Christian and the Crusaders for Cliff and the Shadows at Edmonton Odeon. I was still at school and I couldn't really talk to the other kids about this so I kept it to myself. In 1981, in the same studio on the same day, I was overdubbing the orchestra on the Death Wish II project.
It is with great sadness that I heard the passing of Eddie Van Halen. He was the real deal: he pioneered a dazzling technique on guitar with taste and panache that I felt always placed him above his imitators. It was good to see him featured at the Met’s Play It Loud Exhibition. R. I. P. Eddie Photo: Paul Natkin / Getty
On this day in 1970 I visited Rock Castle in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. It was built on a rock, hence being called Rock Castle, and it was for sale. I took some photos while I was there... 🏰
On this day in 1999 I started the production rehearsals for "In Concert and By Your Side" with The Black Crowes. This was eventually recorded at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles but, unfortunately a re-recording clause kept us from including the Black Crowes material on the CD album. This was a shame as it had come out really well. The tour itinerary also shows the NetAid concert: a pioneering, innovative charity concert to be available on the internet. Photos © 1999 Ross Halfin
On this day in 1971, I visited Bombay Santa Cruz, India. After a Japanese tour loaded with cameras, all band members of Led Zeppelin visited Bombay. As tourists, we visited the edge of the city, the beach, the inner city and monumental buildings, snake charmers and Sardus. Photos © 1971 Jimmy Page Archive
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