Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page has done one of the best things he has done recently and added a new story to his daily social media series.

As people who follow Jimmy Page on their social media accounts would know, Jimmy Page shares stories day to day and taking fans back to the golden moments that he lived in his past.

With a recent Instagram update, Jimmy Page took fans back to 1990 and recalled his appearing with rock band Aerosmith, which was held in Marquee Club. While he was talking about those days, Jimmy said that “he had agreed and was looking forward to playing the Marquee Club with Aerosmith.”

In the letter, Jimmy said:

“On this day in 1990, I played the Marquee Club with Aerosmith.

Following an appearance at Donington, I had agreed and was looking forward to playing the Marquee Club with Aerosmith. This was the third location of this famous blues and rock club; now in Charing Cross Road. The previous location was in Wardour Street, where I played with The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, and the original site was in Oxford Street, where I’d been playing in the interval band on the Thursday blues night.⁣⁣
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So actually, I got a chance to play all the Marquee locations, but the interior of the Charing Cross Road location appeared to faithfully replicate the Wardour Street site with the cigarette- and beer-stained carpets and people passed out on the floor!⁣⁣”

Here’s the story:

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On this day in 1990, I played the Marquee Club with @aerosmith ⁣ Following an appearance at Donington, I had agreed and was looking forward to playing the Marquee Club with Aerosmith. This was the third location of this famous blues and rock club; now in Charing Cross Road. The previous location was in Wardour Street, where I played with The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, and the original site was in Oxford Street, where I’d been playing in the interval band on the Thursday blues night.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ So actually, I got a chance to play all the Marquee locations, but the interior of the Charing Cross Road location appeared to faithfully replicate the Wardour Street site with the cigarette- and beer-stained carpets and people passed out on the floor!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ SETLIST⁣⁣ I Ain't Got You⁣⁣ Think About It⁣⁣ Red House⁣⁣ Immigrant Song⁣⁣ Train Kept A-Rollin'⁣ ⁣ Photos © P G Brunelli, 1990

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