Rock icon and Led Zeppelin’s mastermind Jimmy Page has shared an untold story on his recent Instagram post.

He has shared the secret offer he got from Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. Here’s what he wrote:

“During the post-O2 period, I had been playing new material with Jason Bonham and John Paul Jones at rehearsal rooms. I was asked to play with the Foo Fighters at Wembley. This was after the Led Zeppelin show at the O2 attended by Dave Grohl.

So, on this day in 2008, John Paul Jones and I played ‘Ramble On’ and Dave sang with Taylor Hawkins on drums. Then Taylor swapped drums with Dave and he sang ‘Rock and Roll’. Dave Grohl said “You guys should come to the States and record with us”. I didn’t hear anything more from Grohl, and John Paul Jones’ communications seemed to dim.

The next I heard, they were promoting their new group. 📸 Ross Halfin, 2008″

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Jimmy also shared another untold story on his Instagram page as you can read below.

“On this day in 1995, Page and Plant played Milan 🇮🇹⁣

This was my second attempt to play Milan after having been tear-gassed on the first time with Led Zeppelin. During the morning of the show, there was a message from the festival site that it was waterlogged and they couldn’t get the trucks with our equipment in. However, the ever-resourceful road crew managed to perform the near impossible and the festival was to continue.

When I arrived I saw Terence Trent D’Arby performing – he was happening, albeit rain soaked. We performed our set and had an interesting communion with the inclement weather. That evening Porl Thompson guested with his former bandmates The Cure as we skidded and slid away from the festival site.⁣”

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On this day in 1995, Page and Plant played Milan 🇮🇹⁣ ⁣ This was my second attempt to play Milan after having been tear-gassed on the first time with Led Zeppelin. During the morning of the show, there was a message from the festival site that it was waterlogged and they couldn't get the trucks with our equipment in. However, the ever-resourceful road crew managed to perform the near impossible and the festival was to continue. When I arrived I saw Terence Trent D'Arby performing – he was happening, albeit rain soaked. We performed our set and had an interesting communion with the inclement weather. That evening Porl Thompson guested with his former bandmates The Cure as we skidded and slid away from the festival site.⁣ ⁣ Photo: Ross Halfin, 1995 (Wembley, UK)

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