Jimmy Page told Rolling Stone magazine that he might have new music to record; in fact he has "lots and lots" of it.

According to ultimateclassicrock.com, Page just needs to figure out how to get that music out to his fans.

"I’ve got lots of material I’ve written on acoustic guitar,” the guitarist revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone....."And right now I need to get myself up to speed, and that won’t take too long. But I don’t know what musicians I’d play with."

And speaking of playing, Page is apparently itching to get out their for some live dates again.

“I intend to start getting to a point where I could play some gigs. But what those gigs are going to be, I don’t know yet.....I would love to play live again.....It’s wonderful.”

In other news, Jimmy Page will offer his official autobiography to a wider audience this fall.

Back in 2010, Page released the limited edition "Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page", a photographic essay with personal insights in captions.

As reported in ultimateclassicrock.com:

The book opens a lid on the intensely private guitarist’s personal archives, showcasing never-before-seen photographs, and memorabilia like working visas and passports — which help trace Led Zeppelin‘s many tour dates around the world.

Page's official autobiography will be available this October.