Jimmy Page, best known as the guitarist and founder of the English rock band Led Zeppelin, has just posted an ‘OnThisDay’ photo on his social media account and recalled his first date of America tour he played with Led Zeppelin.

In the photo, he talked about what they did between September 7, 1968, and December 27, 1968.

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You can read the statement he shared below.

“On this day in 1968, I played the first date of the first tour of America with Led Zeppelin.⁣

From the 7th September 1968 to today in 1968, the members of Led Zeppelin had toured in Scandinavia, recorded our first album in October (soon to be released in the January of 1969), toured the UK and were now ready to embark on our first American Tour; the Denver Auditorium Arena was the home of the first gig in the US. We were to support the Vanilla Fudge for five dates before going to California.⁣”

Also, in a recent post on Instagram, Jimmy Page spoke about how they banned from Brighton Dome in 1972.

Here’s the photo he shared about the first date of American tour:

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