Former LED ZEPPELIN Guitarist Attends London's 'Thirty Flight Rock' Exhibition

Former LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page was among the attendees at the opening night (May 13) of the "Thirty Flight Rock" exhibition, which is being held at Saab Piccadilly's The Platform in London, England. Check out the pictures here.

According to, picture features in the exhibition include early photos of George Harrison, John Lennon, and "fifth Beatle" Stuart Sutcliffe, taken by Sutcliffe's girlfriend and photographer Astrid Kirchherr in 1960.

The exhibition was scheduled to be open for two weeks, marking the 30th anniversary of Genesis Publications.


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