Jimmy Page is considering making a comeback due to the global COVID 19 pandemic.
The Led Zeppelin legend has been planning to return to the stage for some time. The 76-year-old guitarist was most recently on stage with his ‘Whole Lotta Love’ colleagues in 2007 at a tribute concert in London’s O2 arena. The current corona crisis has now inspired Jimmy to pick up his guitar as soon as the concert halls are allowed to reopen. In an interview with ‘GQ’ the musician said: “When we had to go into lockdown for the first time, I thought to myself ‘Right now is the time when I should think about a comeback and about to perform again.
The cancellation of concerts worldwide due to the pandemic situation has also made it clear to Jimmy how important live gigs are for the art form of music. In particular, the location of up-and-coming artists makes the star think, as they don’t even get the chance to try out on stage at the moment. He explains further in the conversation: “It is such a sad and desperate time what this virus has done to families worldwide, to art and everything we love and what is important to us. The whole concert situation just worries me …”