One of the most astonishing Rock bands of all time, Led Zeppelin’s legendary guitarist, Jimmy Page shared yet another photo to add a different page to his iconic ‘On This Day’ archive.

In the latest episode of On This Day, Jimmy Page expressed his feelings about another legendary musician, five-time Grammy winner, George ‘Buddy’ Guy.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 1969, I played in Flushing Meadows, New York with @LedZeppelin and we were on the bill with Buddy Guy and Larry Coryell. The legendary Bernard Purdie was playing drums in the house band that night.⁣

I made a point of going to hear Buddy Guy as this would be my first time hearing him play live. I’d admired and had been moved by his playing, one of my earliest access points being his dynamic guitar playing and vocals on the ‘Folk Festival of the Blues’ album on Chess Records. I had heard legendary stories of him when he had made a fleeting visit to England in 1965. Even to this day, Buddy Guy’s guitar playing and vocals are something of a primeval force.⁣

Photos © 1969 Eddie Kramer”

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On this day in 1969, I played in Flushing Meadows, New York with @LedZeppelin and we were on the bill with Buddy Guy and Larry Coryell. The legendary Bernard Purdie was playing drums in the house band that night.⁣ ⁣ I made a point of going to hear Buddy Guy as this would be my first time hearing him play live. I’d admired and had been moved by his playing, one of my earliest access points being his dynamic guitar playing and vocals on the ‘Folk Festival of the Blues’ album on Chess Records. I had heard legendary stories of him when he had made a fleeting visit to England in 1965. Even to this day, Buddy Guy’s guitar playing and vocals are something of a primaeval force.⁣ ⁣ Photos © 1969 Eddie Kramer

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