Former LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page, 60, is planning an autobiography chronicling the group's years of rock'n'roll excess."There are a lot of stories to be told about what went on and insights to give into things that people don't really know about," he said at yesterday's launch of the British Walk of Fame. "So there's a good book to be written and I'm thinking about writing it." As previously reported, Page became the first artist to be immortalized in Britain's version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday. The guitarist officially opened the new attraction on London's Piccadilly by casting his handprints in cement.
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