One of the most legendary guitarists of all time, Led Zeppelin star Jimmy Page has shared yet another ‘On This Day’ story on his verified and official Instagram account.

This time, Jimmy Page has revealed never-told-before stories about himself with American songwriter, Bert Berns and his wife, Lene. He also explained the first meeting with Bert Berns and what did they do in London.

Here’s the story:

On this day in 1964, I arrived in New York in transit to Los Angeles as a guest of Bert Berns and his wife Ilene. ⁣

It was my first time in the US. Bert was a legendary R&B producer and songwriter for Atlantic Records who was responsible for countless hits including The Isley Brothers’ Twist & Shout, Irma Franklin’s Piece of My Heart and Solomon Burke’s Everybody Needs Somebody.

During my stay, Bert took me to the legendary Brill Building and Atlantic Records where I met Jerry Wexler, Nesuhi Ertegun, and Tom Dowd. When people visit America, the very first port of entry always has a lasting effect on them. It certainly did for me, feeling the energy of New York and being introduced to these musical icons.⁣

I had first met Bert when he came over to England. Atlantic Records were being distributed by Decca in the UK at the time. It was a pretty unique situation to have a producer come over from the States to work with in-house artists.

One of the sessions that Bert did in London was Here Comes the Night with Lulu, which he was also to produce with Them. Lulu’s version was recorded in Decca Studios in Broadhurst Gardens, West Hampstead.

She sings a really credible version, which is worth hearing. I played guitar on this and also did some guitar overdubs on it.”

Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ Flea wrote a comment:

“Awesome.”

A fan named bradhardisty said:

“Very cool. Lulu did an incredible record in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. If you’re not familiar, check it out. “Where’s Eddie” by Eddie Hinton.”

Another fan named scottee_glover commented:

“Jimmy, this is some really cool stuff. I too am a music trivia kind of person!”

See the Instagram post right below.

View this post on Instagram

On this day in 1964, I arrived in New York in transit to Los Angeles as a guest of Bert Berns and his wife Ilene. ⁣ ⁣ It was my first time in the US. Bert was a legendary R&B producer and songwriter for Atlantic Records who was responsible for countless hits including The Isley Brothers' Twist & Shout, Irma Franklin's Piece of My Heart and Solomon Burke’s Everybody Needs Somebody. During my stay Bert took me to the legendary Brill Building and Atlantic Records where I met Jerry Wexler, Nesuhi Ertegun and Tom Dowd. When people visit America, the very first port of entry always has a lasting effect on them. It certainly did for me, feeling the energy of New York and being introduced to these musical icons.⁣ ⁣ I had first met Bert when he came over to England. Atlantic Records were being distributed by Decca in the UK at the time. It was a pretty unique situation to have a producer come over from the States to work with in-house artists. One of the sessions that Bert did in London was Here Comes the Night with Lulu, which he was also to produce with Them. Lulu’s version was recorded in Decca Studios in Broadhurst Gardens, West Hampstead. She sings a really credible version, which is worth hearing. I played guitar on this and also did some guitar overdubs on it.

A post shared by Jimmy Page (@jimmypage) on