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Jimmy Page went to see The Black Crowes and praised their show

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Jimmy Page went to see The Black Crowes and praised their show

The legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist and producer Jimmy Page toured and recorded with the American band The Black Crowes in the 90s and early 00s and of course, they remained good friends over the decades. They are currently promoting their new album “Happiness Bastards” (2024) and performed at the Hammersmith Apollo in London last week. Page of course went to see the brothers Chris and Rich Robinson performing and praised the show in a post on his social networks.


Although Page was there, he didn’t perform with the band but they had another special guest. It was the Aerosmith vocalist Steven Tyler, who joined them on stage for the cover of “Mama Kin”.

Jimmy Page talked about watching The Black Crowes:

“I saw The Black Crowes perform at the Hammersmith Apollo — and I must say, they were absolutely phenomenal.”

“It was so good to see brothers Rich and Chris Robinson reunited and back beyond their best. I was also impressed by the band’s new guitarist, Nico Bereciartua, from Argentina and also to hear Sven Pipien on bass once more.”

“During the encore, it was a thrill to watch as Steven Tyler emerged from the side of the stage to team-up with the band for a cover of Aerosmith’s ‘Mama Kin’. It was all such great fun and well done to Rich, Chris and the rest of the band for such an enjoyable and thrilling performance.”

“I really enjoyed my time playing with the Robinsons in the late 90s and year 2000 on the ‘Jimmy Page & The Black Crowes’ project, including our terrific ‘Live At The Greek’ release. I’d always thought The Black Crowes were an exceptional band, I always thought brothers Rich and Chris are great performers and musicians – I still do but now even more so,” Jimmy Page said.

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