Led Zeppelin Tribute Band Kashmir Performs at The Hanover Theatre
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Kashmir have expired.
The last date listed for Kashmir was Saturday May 30, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at The Hanover Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $39.00 - $42.00
- Our Price:
- $19.50 - $21.00
The internationally-acclaimed Moscow Festival Ballet makes a triumphant return after its sold-out performance of Swan Lake in 2013 with the grand spectacle Sleeping Beauty, the classic tale of a beautiful princess, a sinister witch and the transformative power of true love's kiss. Under the artistic direction of Sergei Radchenko -- the legendary principal dancer of the famed Bolshoi Ballet -- this sparkling production boasts 50 of Russia's most talented dancers along with stunning sets and costumes, all set to the triumphant score by Tchaikovsky. Learn More
<p>Has it been a long time since you rock and rolled? Then get ready to sweat, get ready to groove with Kashmir, the ultimate tribute to the Led Zeppelin experience. </p>
<p>Kashmir was started in 2002 by lead singer Jean Violet. His goal was to recreate the music of Led Zeppelin, as well as have audiences relive the visual experience. Jean found the perfect combination of talented musicians. With Andy Urban on guitars, Cary Fields on bass, keyboards and mandolin, and Paul Cooper on drums, Kashmir has evolved into the "well-oiled machine" that Violet was hoping to create.
Kashmir’s outstanding musicians successfully recreate the sound and energy of Led Zeppelin by including all aspects of the original stage show, such as Jimmy Page's bow solo in “Dazed and Confused” and the hypnotic use of the Theramin during “Whole Lotta Love.” Kashmir brilliantly recreates the bottom-end and smooth tone of John Paul Jones’ bass, the sonic textures and sounds on piano, and the fluid melodic lines on mandolin that John Paul Jones brought to Led Zeppelin. John Bonham's familiar rhythms come alive, including an authentic version of “Moby Dick”. Finally, Robert Plant’s dynamic vocal range completes the experience with hits such as “Rock n Roll,” “Ramble On” and “Going to California,”.
The two comments the band receives most often are, "I never got to see Led Zeppelin and now I feel like I have," and," I saw Led Zeppelin in the 70's and Kashmir helped me relive the experience". These comments are a testament to the band and the legacy of Led Zeppelin, which Kashmir is proud to recreate. Kashmir tours extensively and has performed over 500 shows playing to crowds as large as 30,000 fans. Their professionalism and showmanship has made them the Nations 1 Led Zeppelin Tribute.</p>