In recent Instagram post, Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page remembered the time when he performed at the Unicef Kosovo Appeal in London.⁣

He posted a special photo which taken by famous photographer Ross Halfin, and wrote:

“On this day in 1999, I performed at the Unicef Kosovo Appeal in London.⁣

When the troubles in Kosovo finally subsided there was a hasty fundraiser put together at the banqueting halls in Whitehall. I’d been asked to play this event and I played it with my group at the time: Michael Lee on drums and Guy Pratt on bass.

I played an instrumental version of ‘Dazed and Confused’ and I was told people got the idea of the movements being like a classical piece. It must have been quite spirited as apparently it registered on the highly sophisticated sensor equipment at the Ministry of Defence! 📡🎸”

He also shared another story from his youth times, and wrote:

“On this day in 1974, Bad Company released their eponymous album. They were the first signing to Swan Song: Led Zeppelin and Peter Grant’s label and a subsidiary of Atlantic.⁣⁣

Bad Company were formed in 1973 by singer @paulrodgersofficial and guitarist Mick Ralphs, later joined by drummer Simon Kirke and bassist Boz Burrell. Peter Grant also managed Bad Company until 1982.⁣⁣”

You can see the photo below.