Legendary guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page has shared a stunning photo of himself on Instagram. He remembered the time when he was playing at Chicago Stadium in 1977.

He posted the photo with this message:

“#OnThisDay in 1977, I played at Chicago Stadium with @ledzeppelin.
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We opened the set on the 1977 tour with ‘The Song Remains The Same’ and in the extras section of the Led Zeppelin DVD there is a version of this edited from various sources. It displays the full-on energy of the approach to that tour.
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Photo © Neal Preston 1977”

Then, fans reacted to Jimmy wore Nazi cap. A fan chimptone wrote:

“The Nazi cap was in bad taste Jimmy.”

Another fan named oeskamusic replied:

“It’s horrible you wore a Nazi cap. Not cool Jimmy.”

Another fan wrote:

“I’d like to see rock bands today wear jackboots and a German officers hat on stage and get away with it lmao”

Another fan getting mad:

“Is that a nazi hat? With all do disrespect **** you and your hat.”

See the photo below.

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