Jimmy Page, David Gilmour Guests At Spandau Ballet Book Launch

Guitar legends all help Gary Kemp celebrate autobiography

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Led Zep‘s Jimmy Page and Pink Floyd‘s David Gilmour were just two of the music legends who turned up to Spandau Ballet frontman Gary Kemp‘s book launch in London earlier this week.

Jimmy Page, who shares a guitar tech with Gary Kemp, helped his peer celebrate the publication of the autobiography “I Know This Much: From Soho To Spandau” (Fourth Estate).

The party at London’s private member’s bar the Groucho was also attended by friends David Gilmour and Chas Smash as well as Spandau bandmates Martin Kemp and John Keeble.

Spandau Ballet are set to play their first shows together in 20 years, with reunion concert dates starting in the UK in October.

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