Jimmy Page Savagely Disrespected By Officers


Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page revealed that he was ‘frustrated’ after dealing with Canadian Border Services Officers before a concert with The Yardbirds in a new Instagram post. Jimmy Page recently posted a Led Zeppelin screw up that fans mocked.

“On this day in 1967, The Yardbirds played The Kerrisdale Arena, Vancouver.⁣

After another strenuous and frustrating episode at the Canadian border, we had come from San Francisco to Vancouver to play a psychedelic bonanza at the Kerrisdale Arena on this day and at the Garden Auditorium on the 1st. At this time, the Yardbirds album ‘Little Games’ had been released for about a week.⁣

The music featured here is the home recording on 12-string acoustic guitar and auto-harp of ‘Only The Black Rose’ from the ‘Little Games’ album.”

Greta Van Fleet’s former manager revealed last week why their singer is capable of fronting a Led Zeppelin reunion. Page also wrote, “On this day in 1966, I played Dayton’s Auditorium with The Yardbirds.

This was the first date of any American tour for me, and on this day I played on bass. In fact, although having had two visits to the States prior to this, this was the first time I ever played a show there. The first date here in Minneapolis, Minnesota on the 5th of August was at Dayton’s Department Store, 8th Floor Auditorium and the surroundings felt quite surreal.”