The Zeppelin flies again

FOR more than a decade, Zeppelin Live have been keeping alive the songs of one of rock's greatest bands, Led Zeppelin.

The tribute band was formed by guitarist Andrew Armstrong in 2001.

Joining Armstrong are vocalist Grant Ventura, bass and keyboard player Dylan Shield, and drummer Luke Coiro. Each had played in a variety of cover, tribute and original bands before coming to the fold.

Together, Zeppelin Live play 90 per cent of the Led Zeppelin catalogue, all without the aid of any backing tracks.

Their set includes all of the classics, including Rock And Roll, Black Dog, Whole Lotta Love, Stairway To Heaven, Dazed & Confused and Kashmir, as well as fan favourites like Ramble On, No Quarter, The Song Remains The Same, Moby Dick, Celebration Day and Achilles Last Stand.

Of course, playing the material is one thing, but Led Zeppelin was well known for its dynamic stage performances.

The Zeppelin Live boys have worked hard to create as an authentic live experience as possible. Adding to the authenticity of the experience, the band even use the same instruments as the original band.

Zeppelin Live will play Mounties (Meadows Road, Mt Pritchard), on Saturday, April 26. Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for guests.

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