We've told you about kids who shred harder than you, get ready for an entire orchestra of rockin' younguns! The Louisville Leopard Percussionists have served up a xylophone-centric version of Led Zeppelin's classic "Kashmir" that's caught the attention of Jimmy Page himself!
The 55-budding stadium rockers are all between the ages of 7-12 and hail from Louisville, Kentucky. But news of their skills traveled all the way across the Atlantic to Mr. Page, who pushed their YouTube link to his 1.6 Facebook followers. "Too good not to share," he wrote. If it's good enough for Pagey, it's good enough for us. Just in time for the 40th anniversary of Zep's landmark Physical Graffiti, too!
Watch Page's Led Zeppelin bandmate Robert Plant give his thoughts on the digital music revolution.
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