From Jimmy Page's Facebook post today, not sure if I can share the link. Yeah, I follow Jimmy Page on Facebook and he posts regularly. One of Facebook's few redeeming qualities FWIW I saw both Firm tours in the 80s, really good stuff. On this day in 1984, I played in Hamburg with The Firm. During The Firm's first tour of Europe we played Hamburg Audimax. The setlist included: Closer City Sirens Make Up Or Break Up Morning After Together Cadillac Prelude Money Can't Buy Radioactive _____________________________________________________ Here's an excerpt about The Firm from JP's new book, Jimmy Page: The Anthology, available now from @genesis_publications _____________________________________________________ When we were flying home from the American ARMS shows, I asked Paul Rodgers what he was going to do next. He said that he didn’t actually have anything planned. Neither did I, so I suggested we do something together. And that’s how we founded the Firm. Forming a band was the most logical thing to do. We were playing so well together, and really getting on so that it just made sound sense to continue. From what we’d been doing on the ARMS tour, including ‘Midnight Moonlight’, we had material ready to hit the first album. This is the equipment I used with the Firm when we recorded The Firm and Mean Business. There is the brown Telecaster string bender and my old AC30, which I’d had from the Led Zeppelin days. And then two foot pedals: a Chorus and an Overdrive. I still have one of the old Telecaster touring cases.