Jimmy Page


14 Jul 2011

Your Guide to


elcome to the all-new - the inaugural official website of Jimmy Page.

Today's launch marks a new milestone in Jimmy's extraordinary career, with chronicling his rich history in music and unlocking the vaults for the first time ever.

The all-encompassing Live, Photos and Discography sections of the website span a whole host of eras, from Jimmy's early work in the 1960's as a session musician for the likes of The Rolling Stones and Marianne Faithfull, through to the present day, and via:

Take a look at the section guide below and don't forget to leave your feedback on your first impressions of the website here.

On This Day


Conceptualised and curated by Jimmy Page himself, one of the site’s biggest highlights is ‘On This Day’, a daily diary featuring events spanning the entirety of his immense career.

"It’s an interesting concept because every day you are going to have an event from my life and it will go all the way back to me being a teenager," said Jimmy. "It looks random, but it isn’t. I love the idea that there will be an all-new page everyday and nobody will be able to guess what’s coming next."

The multimedia On This Day feast includes video footage, images and audio clips as well as unseen photos and previously unreleased tracks, demos and home recordings. Each entry is accompanied by a personal anecdote written by Jimmy Page and will be available for just 24 hours. There will be no archiving; if you miss it, it’s gone!

You can listen to a snippet of the exclusive track The One That Got Away on today's special On This Day homepage, which Jimmy explains "I discovered it when I was doing transfers of analogue tapes that I had recorded at my home studio. It’s one of those pieces where I’ve gone into the studio, switched on the recorder, plugged in my guitar; it’s just an inspired moment at the time. When it turned up it was waving at me through the speakers and I thought ‘yeah, you can go on the site’. It’s also perfect for attitude of this site, it says a lot through one riff." Be sure to take a few listens again before the end of today, it'll be gone tomorrow...!



The News section is the central hub of the website, combining both the latest news on Jimmy Page as well as bulletins about activity on - such as when new photos, competitions or exciting features are added. This is a growing website which will continue to evolve and develop over the coming few months, so be sure to keep an eye on News and don't miss a thing!

Also, don't forget to sign up to Jimmy Page email updates to receive exclusive tip-offs and exciting news before it is published anywhere else. If you haven't done so already, you can subscribe to email updates by in your Account

Twitter and Facebook
If you see something you'd like to share, you can do so on Facebook and Twitter via the controls beneath each news story. You can also stay up to date with the latest Jimmy Page news and On This Day articles by following the official Twitter account and 'liking' Jimmy Page on Facebook.



The Live section contains every date ever performed by Jimmy since joining The Yardbirds in 1966, through to the present day and includes venue, setlist and line-up information where available.

If you were at any of the shows you can also select 'I Was There' to add yourself to the list of attendees.

Click here to visit Live



The Photos section takes a look back through some of the best photos of Jimmy Page; featuring iconic shots, previously unseen images and a selection from his personal collection. More and more photos will be added over the coming months and we'll keep you updated in the News section with each fresh collection of images.

Don't forget you can narrow down your search for the type of photos that you're looking for by using the filter in the left column in Photos. Enjoy!

Click here to visit Photos



The Discography section spans the entirety of Jimmy's music back catalogues, from his early work in the 1960s as a session musician for the likes of The Rolling Stones and Marianne Faithfull, via The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin and other major collaborations through to the present day.

You can also bookmark your most-liked Jimmy Page by clicking 'Favourite' next to each individual album. This will then appear on your Account for easy access next time you're on

Click here to visit Discography

Feedback & Questions


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