Legendary rock guitarist Jimmy Page has shared a photo of blues master B.B. King on his Instagram page, and revealed an untold story about Polar Music Prize which he was attended in 2004.

Led Zeppelin star also shared what he really thinks about B.B. King, here’s the story:

“On this day in 2004, I presented B.B. King with the Polar Music Prize. It was an honour to be invited to be a part of this, as B.B. King was a figure who inspired generations of musicians, from his contemporaries to the present day.

Also a recipient of the music prize that day was György Ligeti – the avant garde classical composer whose Lux Aeterna was featured in the film ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ 🚀”

Check out the Instagram post of Jimmy below.

Two days ago, he remembered another Polar Music Prize ceremony and wrote:

On this day in 2006, I attended the Polar Music Prize Ceremony at the Konserthuset Royal Philharmonic Concert Hall in Stockholm, which is the same venue as the Nobel Prize Ceremony.

Nina Persson of The Cardigans performed ‘Whole Lotta Love’ at the concert hall. Conny Bloom sang and played acoustically at the dinner reception.

Every year, the Polar Music Prize is awarded to someone from the field of popular music and someone from the classical world. This year it had been awarded to Valery Gergiev, the passionate Russian conductor.”

You can reach the Instagram post below.