The legendary Led Zeppelin star and famous social media personality, Jimmy Page posted yet another rare photo on his official Instagram page and added one more special page to his iconic ‘On This Day’ archive.

Jimmy Page revealed the really rare story of how did he perform with Arms’ concert in 1983 and shared the great chemistry he caught with Paul Rodgers.

You can check out the story below.

“After the original ARMS show at the Royal Albert Hall, there was great interest from the artists involved when it was suggested that we do a short American tour.

Bill Graham, with his entrepreneurial and promotional skills, magically set up a number of dates in the US. Everybody came over with the exception of Steve Winwood, whose slot was taken by Joe Cocker. I’d invited @paulrodgersofficial to come on the ARMS tour and he graciously accepted.

We had a good chemistry onstage and that added a hell of a lot to my set. At the time I had been writing some new material with Paul, including Midnight Moonlight. It was great to see Ronnie Lane again and there was a spirit of goodwill and camaraderie between the artists that endured throughout the tour. © Mark Bowman 1983″

Here is the rare photo right below.

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On this day in 1983, I played a concert in Dallas with ARMS. After the original ARMS show at the Royal Albert Hall, there was great interest from the artists involved when it was suggested that we do a short American tour. Bill Graham, with his entrepreneurial and promotional skills, magically set up a number of dates in the US. Everybody came over with the exception of Steve Winwood, whose slot was taken by Joe Cocker. I’d invited @paulrodgersofficial to come on the ARMS tour and he graciously accepted. We had a good chemistry onstage and that added a hell of a lot to my set. At the time I had been writing some new material with Paul, including Midnight Moonlight. It was great to see Ronnie Lane again and there was a spirit of goodwill and camaraderie between the artists that endured throughout the tour. © Mark Bowman 1983

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