Former Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and blues-rockers the Black Crowes teamed up for a set of Zeppelin and Crowes songs at a London club Sunday night (June 27) to raise money for two children's charities. According to a statement from the Crowes' publicists, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry joined Page and the Crowes for a set-closing version of Willie Dixon's "You Shook Me," arranged by Zeppelin. The set also included covers of songs by country pioneer Jimmie Rodgers and bluesman B.B. King. The show benefited SCREAM (Supporting Children Through Re-education and Music) and the ABC (Action for Brazil's Children) Trust. Crowes keyboardist Eddie Hawrysch, who had surgery last week to correct a twisted intestine, missed the gig and is recuperating, according to the statement.