Led Zeppelin Experience Announce US Tour

Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience will be coming to the United States on an upcoming tour this May.

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Jason Bonham got together with several top class musicians and created the Led Zeppelin Experience, a band out to cover some of Zeppelin's greatest hits. The musical tribute was formed to honour Jason's deceased dad, the legendary drummer John Bonham. After an incredibly successful tour last year, the group will be returning in just a couple of months to bring you even more. The Led Zeppelin Experience will be heading out across the United States to perform almost twenty shows. The tour will take place throughout the month of May. "I never imagined that the tour would have received the overwhelmingly positive reactions that it did," Jason claimed. "It's been beyond my wildest dreams to come out represent my family, my father and the music of Led Zeppelin." If you're interested in catching one of the concerts, the dates and venues are as follows: 05/04 - Wallingford, CT - Oakdale Theatre 05/05 - New Brunswick, NJ - State Theatre 05/06 - Atlantic City, NJ - Borgata Resort 05/07 - New Hampshire, CT - Capital Center 05/09 - Buffalo, NY - University PAC 05/10 - Westbury, NY - Theatre at Westbury 05/12 - Montreal, QC - Metropolis 05/14 - Toronto, ON - Sound Academy 05/15 - Greensburg, PA - Palace Theatre 05/17 - Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian 05/18 - St. Louis, MI - The Pageant 05/19 - Kansas City, MI - Harrah's Casino 05/20 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre 05/21 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot 05/24 - Fremont, CA - Saddlerack 05/25 - Napa, CA - Uptown Theatre 05/26 - Sacramento, CA - Crest Theatre 05/27 - Los Angeles, CA - The Greek Theatre 05/28 - Las Vegas, NV - Alliente Casino Still not sold on the idea of any band covering your favourite Zeppelin classics? These guys may not be the real deal, but they know their stuff and put on a great show. If you're still unsure, check out the video below and decide for yourself.

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    malcolmcox
    Yeah this is cool and all, but there are far better Zeppelin tribute bands out there. They might not have Bonham's blood in the band, but Zoso is a GREAT tribute band. They perform just as well as these guys, if not better plus they dress the part. Gives it a nice Song Remains The Same vibe. On a side note, anyone think that might be the original Bonham set in that video?
    alano99
    Sorry, that's all I heard. lol
    Eifler121 wrote: *rabble rabble rabble* alano99 wrote: Eifler121: For all their credit, they are called the Led Zeppelin Experience. I think they are meaning to recreate an experience similar to hearing Led Zeppelin, not a bunch of really talented people playing Led Zeppelin.
    Eifler121
    Energy and Performance is what you would get from an actual Led Zeppelin show. If you wan to hear something similar to hearing Led Zeppelin, their albums are still around.
    alano99 wrote: Eifler121: For all their credit, they are called the Led Zeppelin Experience. I think they are meaning to recreate an experience similar to hearing Led Zeppelin, not a bunch of really talented people playing Led Zeppelin.
    alano99
    Eifler121: For all their credit, they are called the Led Zeppelin Experience. I think they are meaning to recreate an experience similar to hearing Led Zeppelin, not a bunch of really talented people playing Led Zeppelin.
    Eifler121
    Should have picked a better Led Zeppelin song to showcase. It's pretty good, but the singer sounds too much like he's trying to mimic the recording of the original singer. I'd rather hear someone capable of singing the part just do it their own way.