Jimmy Page, the guitarist and founder of the legendary band Led Zeppelin, shared a post on his official Instagram page about his former bandmate, the lead singer of Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant, and their relationship while working together after Led Zeppelin.

In 1968, guitarist Jimmy Page was in search of a lead singer for his new band and met Robert Plant. With a shared passion for music, Plant and Page developed a strong relationship. They soon began their writing collaboration and founded the band, Led Zeppelin, consisted of vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, bassist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham.

After the legendary drummer John Bonham’s sudden death, the tours were canceled, and despite the rumors of a replacement, the remaining members decided to disband. But Jimmy Page and Robert Plant remained friends and collaborated with each other in some of their solo works throughout these years.

Recently, on his official Instagram page, Jimmy Page shared a picture and reminded every fan that he has been a supporter and a good friend of his former bandmate Robert Plant. Page stated his attribution to Plant‘s project in 1984, Sea of Love, and opened up about his motives while working with Plant. Page said it was out of the spirit of good friendship.

Here is what Page said about Plant:

“On this day in 1984, Sea of Love by The Honeydrippers was released, which was Robert Plant‘s project at the time.

I was asked to guest with some guitar solos which I did in the spirit of good camaraderie, as I was then working with Paul Rodgers and The Firm. I overdubbed and soloed over a series of tracks in the UK that Robert had recorded in New York under the musical directorship of Paul Shaffer, who was also the house bandleader and a keyboard player on the David Letterman show.

You can see the Instagram post below.