Led Zeppelin‘s guitar master Jimmy Page posted a photo of Blues singer John Mayall on Instagram and told a memory about British blues veteran, Eric Clapton, showing his fascination for the talented musician.

Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page has been posting old pictures of himself with famous musicians taken throughout his career, often on social media. He also enjoys sharing the stories of his unforgettable memories with his fans.

Recently, on Instagram, Jimmy posted a picture of the Blues singer and guitarist John Mayall and shared a memory about a fellow guitar legend, Eric Clapton, which happened on this day in 1965 after listening to Mayall in Pontiac Club.

The 75-year-old rock and blues guitarist Eric Clapton has been referred to as one of the most influential guitarists of all time. He was once ranked as #2 on ‘100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time‘ list of Rolling Stones magazine.

Apparently, Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton came across the Pontiac Club in London in 1965 and spend the rest of the night playing together at Jimmy’s house. On the caption of his post, Jimmy mentioned how fascinated it was to play with the guitar legend:

On this day in 1965, I went to see John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers at the Pontiac Club in Putney, London. ⁣

It showcased Eric Clapton’s magnificent mastery of the blues guitar. Eric came to stay at my home in Epsom that night as I had told him about the recordings and guitar sound I was getting from my Simon recorder. ⁣

We played together and tracks surfaced on the ‘Blues Anytime’ series on Immediate Records. I went on to produce ‘I’m Your Witchdoctor’ and ‘Telephone Blues’ with Mayall and Clapton, as well as ‘Sitting on Top of the World’ and ‘Double Crossing Time.

You can see the photo Jimmy Page posted on his official Instagram account below.