Heart showed a whole lotta love for Led Zeppelin at the Kennedy Center Honors, which aired last night, with a spot-on performance of (what else?) "Stairway to Heaven." With Jason Bonham, the son of Zep's late, original drummer John Bonham, manning the skins, the Wilson sisters cranked out the classic alongside a small orchestra and choir that had Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones nodding in approval, not to mention some minor headbanging from President Obama right before the solo kicked in.
Heart Belt Out 'Stairway to Heaven' for Led Zeppelin
Wilson sisters close out Kennedy Center Honors with fitting tribute to the rock overlords
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