Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page took his official Instagram account to share another ‘on this day’ memories with his followers and celebrated the birthday of late Zeppelin drummer, John Bonham.

In the caption, Jimmy mentioned the details about making the ‘Thank You’ song, and he also remembered the legacy of John. Jimmy celebrated his birthday and prayed for his soul, paying his tribute to his bandmate.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 1969, I played the last night of two shows at the Fillmore East in New York, and the last night of that leg of touring in the US with Led Zeppelin.⁣

We went back to England and continued recording at Morgan Studios. ‘Thank You’ was done at this point and then we did some more dates in England.⁣ We returned on the 3rd of July to the US to play the Atlanta Pop Festival a few days later and then continued touring.⁣

Also on this day, in 1948, John Bonham was born. RIP John.”

A fan named Rafa Carvalho said:

“Best drummer in history…”

Another fan named Gaurav added this comment:

“Greatest drummer ever. No one can match his feelings. Not Neil Peart, not Ginger Baker.”

You can check out the post below.