Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Page explains injury at award ceremony; guitarist named 'living legend'

In for a quick garden?

It was in Jimmy Page's garden that he broke his finger during the last weekend of October, he told reporters.

While attending an award ceremony in London last night, Page explained the bandage on the pinky finger of his left hand.

Page said he tripped on a stone slab and landed on several parts of his body. The damage was minimal but, as luck would have it, concentrated only on his digit.

His comments to the media provided the first insight into the nature of the injury postponing Led Zeppelin's upcoming reunion concert.

Page said the injury was minor, particularly compared to times he has broken fingers in the past. Page assured fans he would be in fine shape for the Led Zeppelin show, which has been rescheduled for Dec. 10.

During a ceremony at the Landmark Hotel, Page earned the title "Living Legend" in the Classic Rock Roll of Honor.

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