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Pay tribute to rock gods Led Zeppelin this Friday at the House of Blues

Led Zeppelin performing live in 2007
Led Zeppelin performing live in 2007
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The Sunset Strip is opening its doors to Led Zeppelin fans of all ages, colors, and sizes this Friday. Led Zepagain, Southern California’s Led Zeppelin tribute band, will be bringing the house down at the House of Blues January 22 to honor and pay tribute to the rock gods that came before them. All four of Led Zeppelin’s band members have been regarded as some of the best musicians of all time in their chosen field.

John Bonham and his famously fast right foot is said to be one of the greatest rock drummers of all time. John Paul Jones, an often overlooked member, had an innovative bass sound which is now revered as classic. He’s also the only surviving member actively in the music scene at the moment. Check out his new band Them Crooked Vultures. Start the drum roll for the legendary axe man James Patrick Page who changed what musicians could do with a guitar for all time. He recently filmed a documentary with The Edge and Jack White entitled It Might Get Loud and proved to all that he’s still got it. And the last piece of the puzzle, Robert Plant. No matter how many years pass his vocal style is utterly recognizable and has influenced the likes of Axl Rose, Steven Tyler and Freddie Mercury.

Celebrate this English rock band with Led Zepagain and Hollywood’s House of Blues January 22. Zepagain promises an authentic Led Zeppelin stage presence, high-powered classics and soft acoustic wonders. David “Swan” Montgomery, Jim Wootten, Steve Zukowsky, and Jim Kersey may not be the same blokes from back in the 70’s but they definitely try to be. Led Zepagain gives fans the chance to travel back in time to experience the glory days from one of rock and roll’s greatest bands. No time machine required.