August 11, 2000 - LONDON--After wrapping up their 22-date American tour at New York's Madison Square Garden on Oct. 4, the Black Crowes and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page will head to Europe in November for a 13-date tour beginning at London's Wembley Arena on Nov. 11.
July 27, 2000 - The Who will co-headline shows with Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Oct. 3 and 4. The Who has been sharing a production crew with the Page-Crowes tour since each band hit the road in late June, but the acts have yet to share the stage.
July 5, 2000 - The Rolling Rock Town Fair--a day-long music festival featuring the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Moby, Marcy Playground and others--will be broadcast from Latrobe, Penn., as a pay-per-view on August 5.
June 27, 2000 - For some bands, releasing a greatest-hits record is their parting shot, a final salvo before stepping into the murky underworld of county fairs and "Where Are They Now?" documentary segments. For the Black Crowes, last week's release of "The Black Crowes: A Tribute To a Work in Progress...Greatest Hits 1990-1999" is merely one facet of a career that’s still roaring along at full throttle.
April 16, 2000 - Led Zeppelin axeman Jimmy Page and Black Crowes, who joined forces last year for a sold-out a six-date tour that was captured on the live album "Live at the Greek," have planned a more extensive outing for this summer. Tickets go on sale April 29 for the tour's first leg, which runs from June 24 through July 10.
April 9, 2000 - "We may be older... but the music has more power and energy than ever," said Roger Daltrey at a press conference announcing the Who's plans for a summer tour, as well as a new live album. On June 25, the legendary British rock group will kick off a 20-date tour at Chicago's World Theater with a five-piece band, a departure from the near-big band that has backed them on recent tours.
March 28, 2000 - The Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes single "What Is and What Should Never Be"--available only by download or mail-order--has entered three rock charts, making it the first hit single distributed exclusively by an online music retailer.
March 27, 2000 - Ex-Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has accepted a substantial libel settlement from Ministry Magazine, according to published reports. The English publication ran an article falsely claiming that Page had caused or contributed to the death of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham as he choked to death on his vomit.
March 2, 2000 - Zeppelin fans are going to go three ways on " Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes Live at the Greek": those who want anything that smoking Jimmy lays his axe to; those who heard that these two October 1999 shows were the best thing in rock since medical marijuana and want to hear what it was all about, finally; and that little group of naysayers who just might be onto something when they say, "Why not just listen to the original Zeppelin albums?"
September 9, 1999 - It took just six minutes on Friday (9/10) to sell out all tickets for two shows featuring The Black Crowes with Jimmy Page at New York City's Roseland Ballroom. Tickets to a third show that was added to accommodate the demand were gone in just eight minutes, according to the Crowes' publicist.