6 Singers That Could Fire Up Jimmy PageHe doesn't want to use a vocalist, just yet. But if and when he changes his mind, we have some suggestions.
Watch Jimmy Page Play 'Rock and Roll' with Paul Rodgers and Duff McKaganPage jams out at the 5 minute mark.
Jimmy Page Looks Back on Led Zeppelin, and Towards the FutureLed Zeppelin's leader talks about "Presence," "In Through the Out Door," "Coda" and his future.
Radio.com Minimation: Jimmy Page, Book CriticHint: Never ever ever ask Jimmy Page about any unauthorized Led Zeppelin books.
Led Zeppelin Let Loose 'Brandy & Coke,' An Older Version of 'Trampled Under Foot': ListenThe track comes from their 1975 album "Physical Graffiti."
Top 14 Quotes from Radio.com's Video InterviewsHere are 14 favorite interviews that Radio.com had on camera in 2014, from Jimmy Page talking about encouraging Robert Plant to write lyrics, to Ice-T lamenting the current state of hip-hop.
Jimmy Page and Chris Cornell Deliver Led Zeppelin History Lesson in L.A.The Soundgarden singer highlighted photos from Page's new book for the famed guitarist to riff on during the nearly two-hour talk.
Robert Plant Turned Down Nine-Figure Payday to Reunite Led Zeppelin: ReportAnd he turned the deal down in rather dramatic style.
Q&A: Jimmy Page on His Favorite Led Zeppelin Album, Beastie Boys, and a Good 'D'yer Mak'er' JokeIf you talk to Mr. Page about the Led Zeppelin reissues, don't use the term "bonus tracks."
Radio.com Minimation: Robert Plant Recalls How 'Stairway to Heaven' Was WrittenOn Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. In this installment, Robert Plant explains how he and Jimmy Page wrote Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven."
Jimmy Page Conditionally Ponders 2015 Solo TourJimmy Page appears to have been doing some thinking about what is, and what will never be.
Hear Alternate Mix of Led Zeppelin's 'Rain Song'This mix, officially called "The Rain Song (Mix Minus Piano)," almost sounds like a different song without its signature piano. Or, at least a much sadder one.