One of the most legendary guitarists of all time and Led Zeppelin star, Jimmy Page, has posted some special photos of himself with The Eagles star, Joe Walsh, on his official Instagram page.

In the recent Instagram post, Jimmy Page has continued to reveal classic unheard stories of himself. This time, Jimmy has revealed the details of his meeting with The Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh in 2001.

Here’s what Jimmy wrote about Joe Walsh:

“On this day in 2001⁣, I saw @joewalshofficial at the Gulfstream Park racetrack in Miami⁣.

I was temporarily living in Miami, Florida, and Joe Walsh was playing at the Gulfstream Park racetrack. Joe’s an old friend and our connection goes back to some of the American dates I was doing with The Yardbirds as a four-piece when he would come and see us play. He then had the James Gang.⁣

In his career, he made some good solo albums. Here in Florida he was on sabbatical from the Eagles and it was good to hear his solo set, he played and sang so well and it was good to catch up with some old and new stories.⁣”

An Instagram user named Keith 6ft2 commented:

“I’m a massive Eagles and Joe Walsh fan saw him with them last year & he just seems to get better with age.”

Another user named myperspective1010 asked this:

“Did you thank him for insisting you buy your Les Paul??”

You can see all the photos shared Jimmy Page right below.

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On this day in 2001⁣, I saw @joewalshofficial at the Gulfstream Park racetrack in Miami⁣. ⁣ I was temporarily living in Miami, Florida, and Joe Walsh was playing at the Gulfstream Park racetrack. Joe’s an old friend and our connection goes back to some of the American dates I was doing with The Yardbirds as a four-piece when he would come and see us play. He then had The James Gang.⁣ ⁣ In his career he made some good solo albums. Here in Florida he was on sabbatical from the Eagles and it was good to hear his solo set, he played and sang so well and it was good to catch up with some old and new stories.⁣ ⁣ Photo 1: with Joe Walsh (Ross Halfin, 2012) Photo 2: Rick Diamond / Getty Images

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