Led Zepagain: America's Premier Led Zeppelin Tribute in Concert
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The last date listed for Led Zepagain was Thursday June 23, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Yoshi's San Francisco not only showcases the world's best jazz, soul, R&B, funk, world music and more, but its Japanese restaurant offers an exciting and creative take on fine modern, seasonal Japanese cuisine. The state-of-the-art live music club and upscale restaurant offers an unmatched entertainment experience, and has hosted such greats as Betty Carter, Max Roach, Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Williams, Branford Marsalis, McCoy Tyner, Oscar Peterson, Brian McKnight, Mint Condition and scores of others. Please see the full event description for the lineup of upcoming performers. Learn More
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What a gig!!!!! They played for 2.5 hours non stop and for a $5 entrance fee, the best deal and music for years. my beer was $7.50....pricier than the tix!! For anyone who is a Zep fan Led Zepagain is the closest to the real deal that you will...continued
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“Led Zepagain has been delivering the goods for upwards of a decade, paying tribute to perhaps the biggest enchilada of them all in rock and roll: Led Zeppelin”—The International Review of Music
Learn more about Led Zepagain at their website.
In January 2004, Led Zepagain was paid the highest compliment ever when Jimmy Page caught their show at the House of Blues in Hollywood. After watching the show, he requested to meet the band in the dressing room, and praised them on their accuracy! Led Zepagain takes their audience to a place that not only replicates a Led Zeppelin concert, but captures the heart and soul of the world’s greatest band. A Led Zepagain show features all of the Zeppelin highlights, from the high energy electric classics, to the beautiful acoustic works; from the soaring leads on the double-neck guitar, to the brilliant keyboard passages, and from the high, Robert Plant screams, to the trademark pounding rhythms. From the moment Led Zepagain hits the stage, you’ll believe, this is definitely the “Real Deal!”