The legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page took to his verified and official Instagram account once again to share yet another ‘On This Day‘ story with his followers.

This time Jimmy recalled the longest Led Zeppelin show ever at Nassau Coliseum in New York while the MSG was unavailable for some reason. As Jimmy stated, this rare show was last for almost 4,5 hours, and the unique images of the show were taken by famous photographer, Gijsbert Hanekroot.

Here are the details:

“On this day in 1972, I played with Led Zeppelin at Nassau Coliseum in New York. I believe we would have played this venue because there were Union issues at Madison Square Garden at this time. ⁣

This is reputed to be Led Zeppelin’s longest show; coming in at four and a half hours. If that’s correct, there may well have been some Union issues at the Nassau Coliseum that night!⁣”

The guy who attended that night named guernicailoveu reminded the moments he had:

“All the unions here at that time were run by the Mob so there were always issues and they were notorious for getting kickbacks and I am sure Peter Grant would not have put up with that!

And the following year I would see you as a teenager at MSG when the TSRTS was being filmed and you got me hooked after that night and not to mention that I had never smoked pot but yet I left the concert with a huge buzz because the clouds of weed in the Garden was enough to get me rather stoned!🥴🤭”

You can check out the latest Instagram post of Jimmy below.