Jimmy Page says, “It’s as close as you’ll ever get to the real deal.”
From the high energy electric classics to the beautiful acoustic works, Led Zepagain captures the heart and soul of “the world’s greatest band.”
The Led Zepplelin tribute band plays at the Arts Centre and Theatre in Maple Ridge on May 2.
“You will be mesmerized as Led Zepagain brings to life the ultimate Led Zeppelin experience – from the authentic re-creation of Page’s soaring guitar leads, John Paul Jones’ brilliant keyboard passages, Bonham’s trademark pounding rhythms and of Robert Plant’s stratospheric vocals.”
Led Zepagain performance of immortal classics Stairway to Heaven, Immigrant Song, Whole Lotta Love, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Black Dog will make you believe Page is right: Led Zepagain is “as close as you’ll ever get to the real deal.”
Lead singer David ‘Swan’ Montgomery delivers an uncanny portrayal of Plant.
Recently, Montgomery was pulled on stage by Roger Daltry of The Who for a duet rendition of Help From My Friends.
Daltry even commented on how much Montgomery looks like Plant.
Montgomery has even lent his voice to numerous recordings, including the widely released Witchblade Soundtrack, which featured such artists as G. Tom Mac and Daltry.
Inspired by great rock guitarists, Zepagain’s Steve Zukowsky has lent his talents to no less than eight of LA’s top tribute bands.
In 1977, Zukowsky saw Led Zeppelin in concert. The rest is history.
In 2001, he jumped at the chance to join Montgomery in Zepagain, and has been winning over even the most die-hard Zeppelin fans with his spot-on portrayal of Page.
Having studied drums and percussion at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Jim Kersey brings his amazing feel for the great, John ‘Bonzo’ Bonham to Zepagain.
This amazing drummer leaves audiences shouting for more after every performance of Zeppelin’s epic drum solo Moby Dick.
Jim Wootten, nephew of the legendary guitarist Les Paul, fills the demanding role of Jones, masterfully covering bass, keyboards, mandolin, six- and 12-string acoustic guitars, as well as background vocals.
• For more information, visit www.zepagain.com.
• Led Zepagain plays at The Arts Centre and Theatre in Maple Ridge on Wednesday, May 2, 7:3) p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $32.50, plus facility fee). Call 604-476-2787.