Led Zeppelin guitarist to testify against bootlegger

Jimmy Page to testify against Scottish man

Led Zeppelin’s former guitarist Jimmy Page is set to to testify against a bootlegger in Scotland.

Robert Langley was arrested in Glasgow in 2005 with what police claimed was over £25,550 ($50,000) worth of pirated CDs.

Amongst these were Led Zeppelin shows which have never been released, including one at Knebworth from August 1979.

Other items included unreleased material from The Beatles and Bob Dylan.

Page has already been to Glasgow to identify the Led Zeppelin tapes for investigators from the British Phonographic Institute.

The guitarist will reportedly testify when the trial is held in Glasgow’s Sheriff Court.

Langley has not pleaded guilty to copyright violation charges.

No date for the trial has been set, reports The Rock Radio.