Iconic Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and his girlfriend, Scarlett Sabet, posted the special memories on their own official Instagram pages and penned the emotional letters to each other about their latest participation in The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Jimmy stated in the recent Instagram post, he and his girlfriend attended the historical ‘Play It Loud’ exhibition at The Met in 2019. In his article, he shared his feelings when visited the museum and shared his experiences about this day.

On the other hand, Scarlett Sabet pointed out and described this exhibition, where she attended with her lover, as an incredible evening and surreal. She also stated this photo immortalized this special evening.

Here’s what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 2019, Scarlett Sabet and I attended the opening of the historical Play It Loud exhibition at The Met.⁣

The Play it Loud exhibition had been in preparation for some time and I had been told that the approach through the Graeco-Roman statues in an adjacent gallery led you to a portal, the entrance to the exhibition, and Chuck Berry’s guitar would be suspended in that doorway – pictured here on the right. So cool! ⁣

As I saw it for that first time it brought home an overwhelming realization to me: how important culturally this exhibition was to everything I and my fellow musicians and our heroes had done to shape a musical imprint to enhance the decades of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and beyond. ⁣

And here were the instruments that crafted that revolution. ⁣

My thanks to The Met Museum, to those musicians, and all of you who had a chance to visit the phenomena.”

Scarlett Sabet penned:

“A year ago today, walking into The Met Museum for Play It Loud. Jimmy making history, again 💥 One of my favorite photos by Nina Westervelt. I remember vaguely a flash as we walked in, it was an incredible evening, surreal.

In the end, I remember thinking it was a shame we hadn’t got a picture together all dressed up, and immortalized such a special evening. The next day I saw this photo by Nina Westervelt. It really captures the energy and excitement of walking into the exhibition”

Check out the Instagram posts below.

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On this day in 2019, @scarlettzsabet and I attended the opening of the historical Play It Loud exhibition at The Met.⁣ ⁣ The Play it Loud exhibition had been in preparation for some time and I had been told that the approach through the Graeco-Roman statues in an adjacent gallery led you to a portal, the entrance to the exhibition, and Chuck Berry’s guitar would be suspended in that doorway – pictured here on the right. So cool! ⁣ ⁣ As I saw it for that first time it brought home an overwhelming realisation to me: how important culturally this exhibition was to everything I and my fellow musicians and our heroes had done to shape a musical imprint to enhance the decades of the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and beyond. ⁣ ⁣ And here were the instruments that crafted that revolution. ⁣ ⁣ My thanks to @metmuseum, to those musicians, and all of you who had a chance to visit the phenomena.

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