Led Zeppelin’s iconic guitarist Jimmy Page has shared an interesting photo of himself with bassist John Paul Jones and four girls, who are the members of Cinderellas, on Instagram and remembered the day of Led Zeppelin won a priceless award in Berlin in 2013.

In the caption of the post, Jimmy Page mentioned how Led Zeppelin won the ‘International Lifetime Achievement Award‘ in the Echo Awards at Berlin, Germany, and become the first band ever to earn this award.

The picture was from that day, features the members of the pop band, Cinderellas, and John Paul Jones, who is the bass guitarist of Led Zeppelin. They were all hugging each other and giving a smile for the camera.

Jimmy’s post reached over 14K likes in twelve hours and rising quickly. Also, this picture and story behind it were so cool that his girlfriend Scarlett Sabet liked it and most of the fans shared their reactions in the comment section.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 2013, I went to Berlin to the Echo Awards. The first one of which was in 1992 held by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie and on this, the 21st anniversary, they kindly awarded Led Zeppelin the ‘International Lifetime Achievement Award’. This was the first time that any group had received this award.⁣

During our stay, Warners Germany gave us the most amazing awards for the sales of Celebration Day where they had made large formats of the Shepard Fairey artwork in a 3D presentation with LED lights along the Thames embankment – I have to say it was pretty impressive.⁣”

A fan named Gregg Bashor added this comment:

“Absolutely well deserved. Nice picture and memory, thanks much for sharing Sir.”

Another fan named Patrick Moreau said:

“Nice picture ❤️ Is there any chance you and John Paul Jones could do an album or tour together? It doesn’t have to be Led Zeppelin.”

You can check out the post below.