LED ZEPPELIN Guitarist To Be 'Immortalized' At New Virgin Megastore In London
LED ZEPPELIN legend Jimmy Page will be present in London at the unveiling of the new Piccadilly Circus Virgin Megastore on Monday (August 23) at 10 a.m., officially opening of the "Walk Of Fame", according to NME.com.
Page will reportedly will be plunging his hands into wet concrete, and the handprints will be the first to be immortalized in a permanent display of paving stones outside of the store, which will soon feature others from musical icons. Also set to appear are THE KILLERS and FAITHLESS.
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