June 21, 2010 - Grammy-winning guitarist Jeff Beck began his career as a session player in his native England more than four decades ago, but it didn't take long for him to get snapped up to replace Eric Clapton in the Yardbirds by a "talent scout" named Jimmy Page. The rest, as they say, is history.
March 1, 2001 - The Black Crowes have filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against international insurance provider Lloyd’s of London, claiming that the organization failed to pay up on an insurance policy for last year’s aborted Black Crowes- Jimmy Page tour. That outing was cut short after Page suffered a back injury.
September 18, 2000 - update: The Wallflowers have been chosen to replace Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes in the Who's four-night stand at New York's Madison Square Garden on Oct. 3, 4, 6 and 7, the final dates of the British group's U.S. tour.
September 8, 2000 - Due to Jimmy Page’s continuing back problems, the guitarist and the Black Crowes have canceled the upcoming leg of their North American tour, as well as a planned European tour, according to the Crowes’ publicist.
August 24, 2000 - update: Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes have rescheduled three of seven shows that were postponed after Page suffered a back injury. The remaining four dates will not be rescheduled due to “routing problems,” according to a press release issued by the Crowes’ publicist.
August 16, 2000 - update: A fourth night has been added to the Who’s co-headlining run with Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes at New York's Madison Square Garden. Shows are now scheduled to take place on Oct. 3, 4, 6 and 7.