Led Zeppelin’s legendary guitarist Jimmy Page visited his official Instagram account once again to expose yet another rare story about the past of the band and this time, he chose to challenge the other bands of the 20th century.

While adding another ‘On This Day’ story to his archive, Jimmy shared the story of how did they perform in two Bath Festival’s they’ve joined in a row, and how relentless they were on stage.

After all these years, Jimmy also made an honest confession about their second show at the Bath Festival. While everyone was curious for years to know why he was wearing an overcoat and hat that day, Jimmy kept it simple: “It was so cold.”

Here is what he wrote on the caption of the post:

“On this day, Led Zeppelin played at the Bath Festival twice – once in 1969 and once in 1970 – and both concerts coincided on the 28th June.⁣

In 1969, Led Zeppelin was within the bill, but I remember seeing The Nice play with Keith Emerson for the first time. He was phenomenal to watch at that time, stabbing the keyboard with knives to set up a drone, whilst playing and improvising over it. Rocking the organ backward and forward, switching it on and off, making it alter in pitch and defying gravity. At this time he was the Hendrix of the Hammond organ. Fantastic.⁣”

And here is the rest of the story where Jimmy Page put his humbleness aside and claimed that they deserved to be the most important performer of the show:

“In 1970, we played and it was really cold. The people at the front of the audience were covered by sleeping bags, coats, and blankets to keep them warm. It was because of the cold weather that I wore my overcoat and hat that day. It was an honest statement.⁣

This was around the Bron-Yr-Aur and third album period, so material was played hot off the press. We started with ‘Immigrant Song’ and were relentless in showing why we deserved to be top of the bill.”

You can check out the post of Led Zeppelin legend right below.

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On this day, @LedZeppelin played at the Bath Festival twice – once in 1969 and once in 1970 – and both concerts coincided on the 28th June.⁣ ⁣ In 1969, Led Zeppelin were within the bill, but I remember seeing The Nice play with Keith Emerson for the first time. He was phenomenal to watch at that time, stabbing the keyboard with knives to set up a drone, whilst playing and improvising over it. Rocking the organ backwards and forward, switching it on and off, making it alter in pitch and defying gravity. At this time he was the Hendrix of the Hammond organ. Fantastic.⁣ ⁣ In 1970, we played and it was really cold. The people at the front of the audience were covered by sleeping bags, coats and blankets to keep them warm. It was because of the cold weather that I wore my overcoat and hat that day. It was an honest statement.⁣ ⁣ This was around the Bron-Yr-Aur and third album period, so material was played hot off the press. We started with 'Immigrant Song' and were relentless in showing why we deserved to be top of the bill. Here's a setlist.⁣ ⁣ Setlist⁣ Immigrant Song⁣ Heartbreaker⁣ Dazed & Confused⁣ Bring It On Home⁣ Since I've been Loving You⁣ Thank You⁣ The Boy Next Door (That's The Way)⁣ What Is and What Should Never Be⁣ Moby Dick⁣ How Many More Times⁣ Whole Lotta Love⁣ ⁣ Communication Breakdown⁣ Long Tall Sally⁣ ⁣ There was an attempt to film this, but, as we preferred to play at dusk, the filming was unsuccessful as the film crew had brought daylight film – as opposed to the High Speed film needed to capture night filming.⁣ ⁣ Sir Peter Blake told me that he attended both of these concerts.

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