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There's this tidbit in the article:

The rock legends then joined the Foos for the historic encore. At the end of their stint, Jimmy Page visibly clung on to his guitar after a member of the road crew ran onstage to relieve him of it. The members of the makeshift band then posed arm to arm.

Whatever does that mean?! Does it mean Page was ill??

Here's the link:

http://www.nme.com/news/led-zeppelin/37175

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There's this tidbit in the article:

The rock legends then joined the Foos for the historic encore. At the end of their stint, Jimmy Page visibly clung on to his guitar after a member of the road crew ran onstage to relieve him of it. The members of the makeshift band then posed arm to arm.

Whatever does that mean?! Does it mean Page was ill??

Here's the link:

http://www.nme.com/news/led-zeppelin/37175

I think he was clinging to it because he didn't want to stop at just two songs! :D

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I think he was clinging to it because he didn't want to stop at just two songs! :D

You beat me to it!

Two or three songs are just a warm up for JP & JPJ.

Pity they didn't play more....

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Jimmy Page visibly clung on to his guitar after a member of the road crew ran onstage to relieve him of it.

Whatever does that mean?! Does it mean Page was ill??

It means that Pagey wasn't about to hand over a priceless instrument such as his beloved Les Paul to some roadie he doesn't know, and probably met only 15 minutes prior.

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It means that Pagey wasn't about to hand over a priceless instrument such as his beloved Les Paul to some roadie he doesn't know, and probably met only 15 minutes prior.

Now THAT makes sense...

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