Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page spoke over the weekend at Berklee College of Music in Boston after he was given an honorary degree. According to our friends over at The Huffington Post, Page reflected on his early days as a session musician, working to eventually end up leading one of the most honored and influential rock bands of all time.
Page told the grads, “Music has so much power across so many avenues. To be in a position where you’ve done the thing that you’re pretty much best at, which is making music, and bringing joy and pleasure to other people, it can’t really be much better than that, can it? I pass that on to all of you.”
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