Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilk posted a photo from Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page on Instagram.
“If Jimmy Page is reposting then so am I. 🙏🏼🙌🏼 Repost: @jimmypage
On this day in 2010, I went to see @rageagainstthemachine in Finsbury Park, UK.
This concert was a thank you to Rage Against The Machine’s UK fans who, through a canny Facebook campaign, had kept the X Factor record off the Number 1 spot by getting ‘Killing In the Name’ to the UK Christmas Number 1 in 2009.
This band generated energy so intense that you could cut it with a chainsaw.
This was a hardcore concert and I left with a renewed respect for the band, who are: Zack de la Rocha (vocals), @tommorello (guitar), Tim Commerford (bass) and @bradwilk on drums. ⚡️🔌🔋
Photo: Noel Vasquez / Getty.”
Page also recently wrote, “On this day in 1969, Johnny Cash released his legendary prison album San Quentin. I 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.”