Pop superstar Madonna has uploaded a video of herself playing Jimmy Page’s riff to LED ZEPPELIN’s classic song “Whole Lotta Love” on guitar. The clip was posted on Madonna’s Instagram account, where she added the caption, “Channelling Led Zeppelin. Whole Lotta Love. #rebelheart”
“Rebel Heart” is the title of Madonna’s new album. A tour in support of the CD is scheduled to kick off in September.
Madonna previously paid tribute to “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott by playing the main riff to PANTERA’s classic song “A New Level” during her May 10, 2008 performance at Radio One’s Big Weekend at Mote Park in Maidstone, U.K.
MADONNA’s longtime touring guitarist and guitar teacher is none other than Monte Pittman, who has also recorded and toured with PRONG.
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