The legendary guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page posted a new photo on his verified and official Instagram account and added a new story to his “On This Day” archive.

Page revealed the story of how he participated in the BBC Studios to link up with Duane Eddy in Nashville for a radio program and how did they discuss the massive pioneering contribution.

You can read the whole story below.

“On this day in 2010, I went to the BBC Studios in West London, where they had prepared a link up with Duane Eddy in Nashville for a radio program.⁣

Duane was hosting a tribute program to Les Paul and we discussed the massive pioneering contribution that Les had presented to the world with his composition, recording and playing techniques. As Les had had a coast to coast television program in the states (The Les Paul & Mary Ford Show between the years of 1954-1955), I think it is without a doubt that his music inspired a legion of guitarists that would become major influences themselves on the early rock and rockabilly scene emerging at that time.⁣

Duane Eddy himself twanged the thang in the late ’50s and the ’60s and you can hear his character sound in more recent music.”

You can see the photo below.

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On this day in 2010, I went to the BBC Studios in West London, where they had prepared a link up with Duane Eddy in Nashville for a radio programme.⁣ ⁣ Duane was hosting a tribute programme to Les Paul and we discussed the massive pioneering contribution that Les had presented to the world with his composition, recording and playing techniques. As Les had had a coast to coast television programme in the states (The Les Paul & Mary Ford Show between the years of 1954-1955), I think it is without a doubt that his music inspired a legion of guitarists that would become major influences themselves on the early rock and rockabilly scene emerging at that time.⁣ ⁣ Duane Eddy himself twanged the thang in the late 50's and the 60's and you can hear his character sound in more recent music.

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