Jimmy Page and his girlfriend Scarlett Sabet attended the London premiere of new documentary “Still On The Run: The Jeff Beck Story” on April 12.
Page, who was interviewed for the documentary, attended the event alongside musicians including Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Chrissie Hynde, and Roger Taylor.
Page’s girlfriend, poet Scarlett Sabet, tweeted two photographs of Page at the premiere:
I had so much fun last night! We went to the premier of Jeff Beck: Still On The Run and it was so good! In fact I just wish it’d been longer @jeffbeckmusic #JeffBeck #JeffBeckStillOnTheRun pic.twitter.com/bFQjVjbrGu
— Scarlett Sabet (@ScarlettSabet) April 13, 2018
An article published on the French website Muziq describes the event. “Meanwhile, Jeff Beck chats with Jimmy Page, right next to us. David Gilmour gives them a few amused looks,” the website wrote. The site also reports that a journalist at the premiere asked Page what his next project is, and Page reportedly replied “wake up in the morning!”
The documentary will be released on May 18 through Eagle Rock Entertainment, and the BBC told LedZepNews that it will be broadcast on BBC Four at 9pm UK time on April 27.
The documentary features interviews with Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, Slash, Joe Perry, Ronnie Wood, Jan Hammer, Beth Hart, Rod Stewart, and Jennifer Batten.
Page is quoted in the press release for the documentary as saying “he developed a style that’s unique, and that’s pretty magical.”
The Amazon description for the documentary says that “‘Still On The Run – The Jeff Beck Story’ follows his career from early days learning guitar solos with his friend Jimmy Page, through the Yardbirds, the Jeff Beck Group and his multifaceted solo albums. Beck’s fascination with both guitar music and hot rods is explored through interviews at home and in his workshop and his musical journey is illustrated through contributions from many of his fellow musicians and colleagues including Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, Jan Hammer, Jimmy Page, Joe Perry, Slash, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and more.”
The 108-minute documentary will be released on Blu-ray, DVD, and iTunes download. The bonus features are five previously unreleased videos from Beck’s performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2007: “Eternity’s Breath,” “Freeway Jam,” “Nadia,” “Led Boots,” “Blue Wind.”
Here’s the DVD cover of the documentary:
There will also be a Japanese limited edition release which features a model Fender Telecaster guitar. The limited edition release will be available in both DVD and Blu-ray formats. See images of that version below:
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