Translated from the French website ouiFM using Google Translate, so it's a little weird:
ASK YOUR QUESTIONS TO JIMMY PAGE WITH YES FM!
On the occasion of the last batch of reissues of the albums of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page and FM Yes give you an appointment at a special masterclass, during which you can ask YOUR questions to the master!
We do more than they expected: after the first 6 editions of legendary Led Zeppelin studio albums, widely acclaimed by critics, it was the turn of Presence, In Through the Out Door and Coda know a prodigious back in the studio ! Guitarist and producer Jimmy Page has again secured the remastering of these mythical discs that close discography of one of the most essential rock formations of his generation. Presence, recorded at a lightning session of 18 days in Germany published in 1976, had reached the top of the American and British charts upon its release. His successor, In Through the Out Door, released in 1979, contains the bombs Fool in the Rain and All My Love, classic American radio stations but also the last album recorded with drummer John Bonham, who died the following year. Finally Coda, released in 1982, the most mysterious disk group consisting of unreleased tracks from 1970 and 1978, giving a surprising spotlight on keyboards.
On the occasion of reissues of Presence, In Through the Out Door and Coda, FM Yes Fnac joined forces to host the great Jimmy Page at Fnac Ternes Tuesday, June 23 from 17h to 18h for an exceptional masterclass! The English genius we speak of the decisions and the work on these final versions and will put an end to this campaign of rediscovery of Led Zeppelin, with Thomas Caussé, present to enliven the interview. Invitations to withdraw on site from 9 am on D-Day
But that's not all: in addition to offering direct invitations, Yes FM invites you to participate in the interview with Jimmy Page! Nothing could be simpler: send your question in an email titled LED ZEPPELIN Thomas Caussé to this address . And do not forget to mention your name!
Mage Music note: The translation of "bombe" from French should be "hit", not "failure". Google isn't infallible!