Led Zeppelin’s legendary member Jimmy Page has shared a rare picture of legendary musician Elvis Presley on his official Instagram account and revealed a rare-known story about himself.

As you can read in the caption of the post, Jimmy added another part to his iconic ‘On This Day’ archive and shared a picture of rockstar Elvis Presley, and famous producer Sam Phillips. In the picture, Elvis was looking handsome and sharp with his guitar at his young age.

Also, Jimmy shared an unknown story about him and Led Zeppelin’s one of the first concerts at Memphis State University. Additionally, he explained how they took the key of Memphis city.

The photo and story were so great that many fans shared their reaction in the comment section. In twelve hours, the post reached over 15.000 likes.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 1969, I played Memphis State University with @LedZeppelin

This is it! The band were to play at Memphis – the cradle of blues, rockabilly, and the genius Sam Phillips. This was it, a dream come true for me to visit the mecca of music. We were awarded the key to the city because the concert had sold out in record time and I don’t believe the mayor was aware that it was a rock concert. But hey – someone who sells out that fast deserves the keys to the city!⁣”

He continued:

“This wasn’t necessarily the best time to be touring the South: black people were still being lynched in other southern states and the man who shot the two bikers at the end of Easy Rider would get a standing ovation in movie theatres! Long hair, hippy ethics and anything askew of redneck were not welcome in places like Memphis and Nashville at that time.

 Just by chance, one of our road crew was taking a call of nature in the restroom when he overheard the police discussing what they had in store for the members of Led Zeppelin later that evening. After the show, we left the State University and drove overnight straight to Miami taking the keys to the city with us!”

You can check the post below.

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On this day in 1969, I played Memphis State University with @LedZeppelin⁣ ⁣ This is it! The band were to play at Memphis – the cradle of blues, rockabilly, and the genius Sam Phillips. This was it, a dream come true for me to visit the mecca of music. We were awarded the key to the city because the concert had sold out in record time and I don’t believe the mayor was aware that it was a rock concert. But hey – someone who sells out that fast deserves the keys to the city!⁣ ⁣ This wasn’t necessarily the best time to be touring the South: black people were still being lynched in other southern states and the man who shot the two bikers at the end of Easy Rider would get a standing ovation in movie theatres! Long hair, hippy ethics and anything askew of redneck were not welcome in places like Memphis and Nashville at that time. Just by chance, one of our road crew was taking a call of nature in the restroom when he overheard the police discussing what they had in store for the members of Led Zeppelin later that evening. After the show, we left the State University and drove overnight straight to Miami taking the keys to the city with us!

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