The iconic guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, made another ‘on this day’ session by sharing a new post on his official Instagram account and remembered the day he attended a charity event with Queen guitarist Brian May.

First of all, Jimmy mentioned the first album he released with The Yardbirds, ‘Little Games,’ which was recorded and released in 1967 and recalled the good old days with the legendary rock band.

Furthermore, Jimmy touched upon the ABC Trust charity event that he attended with Brian May and Dan Hawkins. He stated that they were there to be judges for the players who are trying to show off their riffs and melodies.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 1967, ‘Little Games’ by the Yardbirds was released.⁣⁣

Also on this day in 2005, the second Riffathon was to take place at Hammersmith Palais. It was a charity event for the ABC Trust. Brian May of Queen, the guitarist of The Darkness, Dan Hawkins and I had been asked to judge a number of guitarists as they played their riffs. ⁣

I thought they might play original material, but the contestants performed versions of songs by Led Zeppelin and Queen. Martin Tomkins was the eventual winner that night.”

You can check out the post below.