Led Zeppelin icon Jimmy Page posted yet another ‘On This Day’ story on his verified Instagram account, and this time, he talked about how did they perform with Foo Fighters icon Dave Grohl and his crew.

As you will check out the caption of the post below, Jimmy shared how he was asked to play with Foo Fighters members and personally offered a collaboration by Dave Grohl himself.

According to Jimmy, Dave asked him to join the recording sessions with the band, but Jimmy didn’t get any messages from Dave since then. We are not sure that Jimmy was offended by this act, but we wanted to inform you as well.

These rare photos were taken by one of the most famous community photographers of all time, Ross Halfin.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 2008, I performed at Wembley with Foo Fighters.⁣

During the post-O2 period, I had been playing new material with Jason Bonham and John Paul Jones at rehearsal rooms. ⁣

I was asked to play with the Foo Fighters at Wembley. This was after the Led Zeppelin show at the O2 attended by Dave Grohl. John Paul Jones and I played ‘Ramble On’ and Dave sang with Taylor Hawkins on drums. Then Taylor swapped drums with Dave and he sang ‘Rock and Roll’. ⁣

Dave Grohl said: ‘You guys should come to the States and record with us.’ ⁣

I didn’t hear anything more from Grohl, and John Paul Jones’ communications seemed to dim. The next I heard, they were promoting their new group⁣.

Photo: Ross Halfin, 2008.”

You can check out the latest post of Jimmy and one of the finest videos of the concert below.

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On this day in 2008, I performed at Wembley with Foo Fighters.⁣ ⁣ During the post-O2 period, I had been playing new material with Jason Bonham and John Paul Jones at rehearsal rooms. ⁣ ⁣ I was asked to play with the Foo Fighters at Wembley. This was after the @LedZeppelin show at the O2 attended by Dave Grohl. John Paul Jones and I played 'Ramble On' and Dave sang with Taylor Hawkins on drums. Then Taylor swapped drums with Dave and he sang 'Rock and Roll'. ⁣ ⁣ Dave Grohl said: "You guys should come to the States and record with us.” ⁣ ⁣ I didn't hear anything more from Grohl, and John Paul Jones' communications seemed to dim. The next I heard, they were promoting their new group⁣. ⁣ Photo: Ross Halfin, 2008

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