Jimmy Page recently made his return to the stage for his first live performance since the historic Led Zeppelin reunion concert of December 10th 2007. Page, along with Led Zeppelin bass guitarist John Paul Jones, had accepted an invitation to perform as one of the Foo Fighters 'Special Guests' at the Foo's June 7th 2008 gig at Wembley Stadium in London. Page and Jones strolled onstage during the encore of the Foo's concert set proceeding to tear into the Zep classic 'Rock and Roll' with Dave Grohl doing the drumming while Taylor Hawkins took over as vocalist. As Wembley Stadium shook with absolutely thunderous applause, Hawkins and Grohl quickly switched positions to join Page and Jones in a rousing rendition of 'Ramble On' (from the Led Zeppelin II album) before the ecstatic capacity crowd of 85,000 plus rabid rock fans. Page and Jones then exited the stage before the Foo's final song of the night. The evening was capped off nicely with fireworks exploding in the sky above the stadium as the Foo Fighters bandmembers headed off to the after show party.