The student musicians of Louisville Leopard Percussionists already wowed YouTube with their xylophone-driven Led Zeppelin performance.
Now they have a rock god to count among their fans.
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page posted the ensemble's video to his Facebook account on Friday, writing, "Too good not to share. Have a rocking weekend!"
Ranging in age from 7 to 12 years old, group members are a bit younger than the generations that first idolized Led Zeppelin. But there's still plenty of excitement over Page's endorsement.
"We're just a little shocked and thrilled," Leopard business manager Caroline Taylor told The Huffington Post.
Diane Downs, the group's founder and artistic director, told HuffPost that the band plans to make a thank-you video for Page at rehearsal on Tuesday. "This is fun," she said.
The kids' performance, posted in November, hooked listeners from the first few notes of "Kashmir," which is followed by "The Ocean" and "Immigrant Song." Their video's been viewed nearly a million times.