Jimmy Page Reveals What He Did In Prison With Big Name


Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page recently posted on Instagram:

“On this day in 1969, Johnny Cash released his legendary prison album San Quentin. I only once played in a prison, Holloway Women’s Prison in London with Neil Christian and the Crusaders.

Johnny Cash was born on February 26th 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas and on his birthday, 33 years later, my solo single She Just Satisfies was released in 1965.”

Page also recently posted, “On this day in 1998, Page & Plant played Nashville, TN.
No, we didn’t play the Grand Ole Opry, but on the ‘Walking Into Everywhere’ tour Page and Plant walked into the Nashville Arena. This gave us a good opportunity to visit the Noshville Katz Kosher Deli.
Egyptian Intro/Wanton Song
Bring It On Home
Ramble On
Walking Into Clarksdale
No Quarter
Shining In The Light
Going To California
Gallow’s Pole
Heart In Your Hand
Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
How Many More Times w/ Nobody’s Fault But Mine
Most High
Whole Lotta Love
Thank You
Rock And Roll.”⠀

“During the post-O2 period, I had been playing new material with Jason Bonham and John Paul Jones at rehearsal rooms. I was asked to play with the Foo Fighters at Wembley. This was after the Led Zeppelin show at the O2 attended by Dave Grohl. So, on this day in 2008, John Paul Jones and I played ‘Ramble On’ and Dave sang with Taylor Hawkins on drums. Then Taylor swapped drums with Dave and he sang ‘Rock and Roll’. Dave Grohl said “You guys should come to the States and record with us”. I didn’t hear anything more from Grohl, and John Paul Jones’ communications seemed to dim. The next I heard, they were promoting their new group.”