The founder of the band Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page shared a memory on Instagram about the fourth of July in 1985, but he also said they don’t celebrate the day in England.

Page recalled the good old times on the occasion of Independence Day. He posted on Instagram a video clip along with some photos taken in 1985 when he performed together with Beach Boys in Philadelphia and Washington for the celebration show.

Jimmy Page also mentioned that he had a chance to meet the actor Mr T, Beach Boys musician Bruce Johnston and the co-founders of the band, Brian and Carl Wilson, during the show. Page marked how proud he was to perform on such a historic day, yet, he admitted that the British don’t celebrate the Independence Day.

He said:

“On this day in 1985, I played Independence Day with The Beach Boys

Philadelphia and Washington were played on this memorable day and we travelled by train between the two cities. ⁣

Mr T was also on that trip. I became quite friendly with Beach Boy musician Bruce Johnston. It was an honour to meet Brian and Carl Wilson and play with The Beach Boys on this historic day, however, we don’t celebrate July 4th in England.⁣”

You can see Page’s Instagram post below.