Led Zeppelin Guitarist Making Quick Recovery
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Virgin Media reports that LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page has reassured fans he is making a speedy recovery after fracturing his finger.
The recent accident caused the postponement of the band's eagerly awaited first concert in two decades.
Jimmy, 63, who was honoured with a Living Legend Award at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour awards in London on Monday night (November 5), told BBC Radio 5 Live he was walking in the dark when he tripped over a stone slab.
"I didn't just come down on my hand, I came down on other parts of my body as well. But of course it was the hand that had a bit of an injury to it," he said.
"It's got a fracture in the little finger of the left hand, which is a nuisance because it's really needed. It's just going to take a little while for it to heal, that's all.
"It's not permanent damage. I've broken fingers before, a lot worse than this."
AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler paid tribute to the guitarist, who also received video messages from LED ZEPPELIN's Robert Plant and guitar legend Les Paul.
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