By Amanda Wicks
Last night at Seattle’s Music Experience Project Museum a host of big names came out to play tribute to Led Zeppelin. One of those just happened to be the legend himself, Jimmy Page (via NME).
Page came onstage to end the event by playing Led Zeppelin’s hit “Rock and Roll” with Paul Rodgers, former Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Alice in Chains singer William Duvell.
At the ceremony, Page was honored with the EMP Founders Award. Elsewhere in the night, Nirvana’s Kris Novoselic, Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen and ex–Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin performed Led Zeppelin covers.
Page has been busy remastering Led Zeppelin albums Presence, In Through the Out Door and Coda, a project which should be concluding soon.
Watch Page jam out below towards the 5 minute mark: