19 NOV 1994

I SAW AEROSMITH IN BUENOS AIRES

Having come from Australia, I arrived in Argentina at the beautiful city of Buenos Aires to continue more press for the Unledded project. That evening I went to see my old friends Aerosmith at the Vélez Sarsfield Athletic Club on their ‘Get a Grip’ tour. I got to re-affirm what a privilege it is to be able to play to an audience that passionate about music. Buenos Aires rocks in that respect. I was to experience this for myself when I played this city with Page and Plant on the No Quarter project in January 1996. Watch video

19 NOV 1994

I SAW AEROSMITH IN BUENOS AIRES

Having come from Australia, I arrived in Argentina at the beautiful city of Buenos Aires to continue more press for the Unledded project. That evening I went to see my old friends Aerosmith at the Vélez Sarsfield Athletic Club on their ‘Get a Grip’ tour. I got to re-affirm what a privilege it is to be able to play to an audience that passionate about music. Buenos Aires rocks in that respect. I was to experience this for myself when I played this city with Page and Plant on the No Quarter project in January 1996.

19 November 1994

19 November 1994

ON THIS DAY… 20 AUG 1990

I PLAYED THE MARQUEE CLUB WITH AEROSMITH

Following an appearance at Donington I had agreed, and was looking forward, to playing the Marquee Club with Aerosmith. This was the third location of this famous blues and rock club, now in Charing Cross Road. The previous location, having been in Wardour Street (where I played with The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin) and the original site, being in Oxford Street (where I’d been playing in the interval band on the Thursday blues night).

So actually, I got a chance to play all the Marquee locations, but the interior of the Charing Cross Road location appeared to faithfully replicate the Wardour Street site with the cigarette and beer stained carpets and people passed out on the floor!

ON THIS DAY… 20 AUG 1990

I PLAYED THE MARQUEE CLUB WITH AEROSMITH

Following an appearance at Donington I had agreed, and was looking forward, to playing the Marquee Club with Aerosmith. This was the third location of this famous blues and rock club, now in Charing Cross Road. The previous location, having been in Wardour Street (where I played with The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin) and the original site, being in Oxford Street (where I’d been playing in the interval band on the Thursday blues night).

So actually, I got a chance to play all the Marquee locations, but the interior of the Charing Cross Road location appeared to faithfully replicate the Wardour Street site with the cigarette and beer stained carpets and people passed out on the floor!

20 August 1990

20 August 1990

ON THIS DAY… 18 AUG 1990

I GUESTED WITH AEROSMITH AT DONINGTON

I was asked to guest by Aerosmith on their set at Castle Donington at the Monsters Of Rock Festival. I travelled with Aerosmith in their tour bus to and from the show. All of the time on the bus was spent chatting and exchanging stories and at one point Steven played me the current Red Hot Chili Peppers album and there was much enthusiasm and discussion about music on that journey. Whenever I guested with Aerosmith we would always play ‘Train Kept A Rollin’’ because we all had history with that song. I played on ‘Walk This Way’ as well!

TRAIN KEPT A ROLLIN - LIVE (AEROSMITH WITH JIMMY PAGE)

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ON THIS DAY… 18 AUG 1990

I GUESTED WITH AEROSMITH AT DONINGTON

I was asked to guest by Aerosmith on their set at Castle Donington at the Monsters Of Rock Festival. I travelled with Aerosmith in their tour bus to and from the show. All of the time on the bus was spent chatting and exchanging stories and at one point Steven played me the current Red Hot Chili Peppers album and there was much enthusiasm and discussion about music on that journey. Whenever I guested with Aerosmith we would always play ‘Train Kept A Rollin’’ because we all had history with that song. I played on ‘Walk This Way’ as well!

TRAIN KEPT A ROLLIN - LIVE (AEROSMITH WITH JIMMY PAGE)

18 August 1990

18 August 1990

27 JUN 1999
I PERFORMED AT ‘SCREAM’ AT THE CAFE DE PARIS, LONDON

On this day in 1999, I played at the ‘Scream’ event for the charities Task Brasil and ABC Trust at the Café de Paris in London. Also volunteering for that evening were the feisty Stereophonics; it was an early outing in London for them, and everybody took notice that night. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry from Aerosmith jammed a few numbers with me, as did Chris and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes. It was really kind of all these guys to help the event out and make it one incredible concert. It was as a result of this event that I was to team up and tour with the Black Crowes in the US.

PHOTO: Ross Halfin © 1999

27 JUN 1999

I PERFORMED AT ‘SCREAM’ AT THE CAFE DE PARIS, LONDON

On this day in 1999, I played at the ‘Scream’ event for the charities Task Brasil and ABC Trust at the Café de Paris in London. Also volunteering for that evening were the feisty Stereophonics; it was an early outing in London for them, and everybody took notice that night. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry from Aerosmith jammed a few numbers with me, as did Chris and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes. It was really kind of all these guys to help the event out and make it one incredible concert. It was as a result of this event that I was to team up and tour with the Black Crowes in the US.

PHOTO: Ross Halfin © 1999

27 June 1999

27 June 1999

19 NOV 1994

I SAW AEROSMITH IN BUENOS AIRES

Having come from Australia, I arrived in Argentina at the beautiful city of Buenos Aires to continue more press for the Unledded project. That evening I went to see my old friends Aerosmith at the Vélez Sarsfield Athletic Club on their ‘Get a Grip’ tour. I got to re-affirm what a privilege it is to be able to play to an audience that passionate about music. Buenos Aires rocks in that respect. I was to experience this for myself when I played this city with Page and Plant on the No Quarter project in January 1996. Watch video

19 NOV 1994

I SAW AEROSMITH IN BUENOS AIRES

Having come from Australia, I arrived in Argentina at the beautiful city of Buenos Aires to continue more press for the Unledded project. That evening I went to see my old friends Aerosmith at the Vélez Sarsfield Athletic Club on their ‘Get a Grip’ tour. I got to re-affirm what a privilege it is to be able to play to an audience that passionate about music. Buenos Aires rocks in that respect. I was to experience this for myself when I played this city with Page and Plant on the No Quarter project in January 1996.

19 November 1994

19 November 1994

ON THIS DAY… 20 AUG 1990

I PLAYED THE MARQUEE CLUB WITH AEROSMITH

Following an appearance at Donington I had agreed, and was looking forward, to playing the Marquee Club with Aerosmith. This was the third location of this famous blues and rock club, now in Charing Cross Road. The previous location, having been in Wardour Street (where I played with The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin) and the original site, being in Oxford Street (where I’d been playing in the interval band on the Thursday blues night).

So actually, I got a chance to play all the Marquee locations, but the interior of the Charing Cross Road location appeared to faithfully replicate the Wardour Street site with the cigarette and beer stained carpets and people passed out on the floor!

[Not the same video on his website, but the same song (Train Keep A-Rollin’) and concert. Anyone know how to download Jimmy’s vimeo uploads?]