Exclusive: Jimmy Page, Jack White and Director Davis Guggenheim Video Interview IT MIGHT GET LOUD

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If you’re a fan of Jimmy Page, The Edge or Jack White, you’re going to love Davis Guggenheim’s documentary “It Might Get Loud”. That’s because the documentary gets up close and personal with all three musicians by taking a behind the scenes look at how all three create music. While I’m not a musician, I was fascinated by how much they revealed about why they got into music and how they work. Trust me, it’s a great film.

So to help promote the film which opens tomorrow, I recently interviewed Jimmy Page, Jack White and Director Davis Guggenheim. During the interview they talked about playing together in the film, what did they learn by working together, their thoughts on Rock Band and Guitar Hero, and what will be on the eventual DVD. Watch the interview after the jump:

And while I am usually very composed when doing an interview, I’ll admit to being extremely nervous for this one. While it’s always tough to interview three people together, when one is Jimmy Page, your level of anxiety is sky high….

Finally, if you’d like to see some movie clips from “It Might Get Loud”, click here.Again, this is a great film and one you should seek out.

Jimmy Page, Jack White and Director Davis Guggenheim

  • I was trying to ask did you what did you learn from each other…but it didn’t come out that way
  • I ask about when they were all playing together
  • We talk about all the firsts in the film
  • What are their thoughts on Rock Band and Guitar Hero
  • What do they have coming up
  • What will be on the DVD/Blu-ray




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  • cireric

    Man you need to learn some breathing exercises for when you get nervous. Also, it's good for any interviewer to respond to what their subject is saying, actually converse with them, and not just read the next question from your list. And surely you could have asked some more original questions.

  • cireric

    Man you need to learn some breathing exercises for when you get nervous. Also, it's good for any interviewer to respond to what their subject is saying, actually converse with them, and not just read the next question from your list. And surely you could have asked some more original questions.

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