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WATCH: Kids Rock Out a Led Zeppelin Medley on Xylophones

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    WATCH: Kids Rock Out a Led Zeppelin Medley on Xylophones
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    Members of the Led Zeppelin pop group, from left, John Bonham, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, pose with singer Sandy Denny after receiving their awards in the Melody Maker Pop Poll in London, England, in Sept. 1970. Denny was voted Britain's top female singer. (AP Photo)

    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.

    Watch the full video here: