Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page Taking Radical New Approach

(Rock Radio) Guitar hero Jimmy Page has promised his new solo album will be "radical", and also says he has no hard feelings against Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant for not going ahead with a reunion tour in 2008.

Page has recently begun work on his first new record in 22 years. It's rumoured to have come about after the one-off Zep show at London's O2 Arena proved to be just that. When Plant refused to take part in a tour, Page, bassist John Paul Jones and drummer Jason Bonham son of John planned a tour anyway, but it fell apart. Now Page, 66, promises a new approach to his music on his upcoming album.

He says: "I think it's very important to make musical statements with new material, and that's exactly what I plan to do over the forthcoming year. Musically it will be a different picture in quite a radical frame, I hope. I'd like to try some ambitious projects." - more on this story

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