The guitar master of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page posted a new photo of the legendary musician Bob Dylan on his verified Instagram page, and he told his unforgettable experience about 1965 Bob Dylan’s performance at Albert Hall in a rare story.

In this story, Jimmy Page mentioned that Bob Dylan’s concert at Albert Hall in 1965 was life-changing for him.

Here’s what Jimmy Page said:

“On this day in 2013, I watched @bobdylan at the Albert Hall.⁣

In May 1965 I experienced the genius of Bob at the Albert Hall. He accompanied himself on acoustic guitar and cascaded images and words from such songs as It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) and She Belongs To Me to a mesmerised audience. It was life changing.⁣”

He also talked about Bob Dylan’s performance in 2013 at Albert Hall and he thought that he was intoxicating about this concert.

He continued:

“In 2013, Bob Dylan played at the Albert Hall again – this was the first of three nights – when he would feature songs from his latest album Tempest and some re-arranged earlier material including She Belongs To Me and Tangled Up In Blue. It was intoxicating. I attended this concert with poet.”

You can see the Instagram post below.