Who knew kids could rock so hard? A group of about two dozen musicians, ages 7- to 12-years-old, recreated some iconic songs from legendary rock group Led Zeppelin using xylophones, bongos and a few other instruments.
To honor the 40th anniversary of the English band's album, "Physical Graffiti," the Louisville Leopard Percussionists uploaded this video of its band members performing a medley of some of Led Zeppelin's greatest songs.
The children, who come from all over Kentucky, help make up the ensemble -- which is led by an elementary school teacher.
The kids perform "Kashmir," "The Ocean" and "Immigrant Song." And you've never heard Zeppelin like this before.
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