Jimmy Page’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Jimmy Page Shoe Size

Biography

What is Jimmy Page’s shoe size? Check out all measurements below!

Best known as a Led Zeppelin guitarist and songwriter who Rolling Stone Magazine ranked third on their list of The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. He co-wrote the classic rock staple “Stairway to Heaven” with Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant, and the song features one of his most impressive guitar solos.

He was raised by an industrial personnel manager father and his mother was a doctor’s secretary. He found an abandoned guitar when his family moved into a house in Miles Road, Epsom.

He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 for playing with The Yardbirds and again in 1995 for playing with Led Zeppelin.

He married Charlotte Martin on January 14, 1970, married Patricia Ecker in 1986, and finally married Jimena Gomez-Paratcha in April 1995. He and poet Scarlett Sabet began dating in 2014. He has three daughters named Zofia, Scarlet and Jana and two sons named Ashen and James III.

Led Zeppelin broke up in the late 1970s after their drummer, John Bonham, died of asphyxiation from vomit.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body Measurements
Height180 cm, 5′11″ (feet & inches)
WeightN/A
Shoe Size (US)Shoe size 9
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

Because we spent so much time in the States in the beginning, we weren’t able to do so much in England. It was slower catching up. And we didn’t have radio here like what was called underground radio over there. So we got these little slots on the BBC.

Jimmy Page

The Yardbirds sort of disbanded, and I was disappointed because I thought what we were doing was really good. I thought we were really onto something. I thought I was really onto something with these ideas that I had.

Jimmy Page

You get a chance like that maybe once in your lifetime, and you are lucky to sustain it over that period of time. It doesn’t mean to say that whatever I do in the future has no substance to it – I may present some new material I’ve got, and there are definitely new angles of doing it – but I’m not looking to recreate another Led Zeppelin.

Jimmy Page

Nobody could have predicted the effect of John Bonham’s drum introduction on ‘Good Times, Bad Times,’ because no matter what he’d played in before, he’d never had the chance to flex his muscles and play like John Bonham.

Jimmy Page

Spirit is a band I really love.

Jimmy Page

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