Led Zeppelin Experience Tour Schedule
Led Zeppelin is a band whose name is synonymous with hard rock and whose
timeless music continues to win new fans and influence young musician to this day. Unfortunately, many of these fans never
had the chance to hear the band's hits performed live and even those who had the chance will not get the chance to hear it
done again. Enter the Led Zeppelin Experience, a tribute band featuring Jason Bonham the son of Led Zeppelin's legendary drummer
John Bonham. Jason Bonham has put together a stellar band loaded with talented musicians dedicated to honoring the music of
his late father's former band and bringing it to Led Zep fans all over the world.
On February 28th the Led Zeppelin
Experience will be performing at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom in Portland, Oregon. Portland is a city known for its music scene
and you can be sure that McMenamins Crystal Ballroom will be packed to the gills with Led Zeppelin lovers eager to rock out
to all of the band's classic hits. So far this is the only U.S. date scheduled by the band but you can be sure that the second
more dates are added they will appear on StubHub so check back regularly to see when Led Zeppelin Experience will be playing
a venue near you.
About the Band
Led Zeppelin Experience was formed by Jason Bonham in 2010 as a way of
paying tribute to his father. For Led Zeppelin fans all over the world there is no better Led Zeppelin tribute act in the
world than Led Zeppelin Experience, and why not? Jason Bonham took up for his dad with Led Zeppelin and played the drums for
the legendary band at several shows in the Eighties. Similarly, his personal relationship with both the band and the music
gives Jason Bonham a passion when he performs the songs that is not to be found anywhere else. In 2013 Led Zeppelin Experience
went on a worldwide tour with Heart. The relationship with Heart was formed when Jason Bonham played drums for the band when
they covered the led Zeppelin classic Stairway to Heaven at a Kennedy Center Led Zeppelin Tribute with Robert Plant and Jimmy
Page in the audience. Anywhere in the world that Led Zeppelin Experience takes the stage there is a packed house full of fans
who are eager to sing along to every word the band plays.
Sure Led Zeppelin stopped performing
together more than 30 years ago but they left an indelible mark on the music industry and pop culture as a whole and generations
of music fans have come to love their songs well after the legendary band broke up. When you enter the arena or concert hall
for any Led Zeppelin Experience performance you will be welcomed among your fellow Led Zep loving peers who are all eagerly
awaiting hearing all of their favorite Led Zeppelin hits performed live. From the opening notes to the last final triumphant
choruses you will be transported back in time to a classic Led Zepellin performance. Singing and dancing along to some of
the biggest hits in the history of music with thousands of other devoted Led Zeppelin fans is an experience like no other
and one that you will not forget anytime soon. Be sure to take this opportunity both to pay tribute to one of the greatest
bands in the history of rock and roll as well as to enjoy a night out on the town unlike any other.
Zeppelin fans are known to be some of the most passionate and dedicated fans in all of rock and roll. The most fervent fans
have a reputation for hunting down every piece of memorabilia in an attempt to recapture the glory days of the band. Fans
like this will eagerly by up tickets to see Led Zeppelin Experience and get a glimpse into the past when Led Zeppelin were
in their heyday. Once you enter the theater and are amongst this passionate group of people all ready to celebrate their common
interest, and in some cases obsession, you will feel a level of excitement and enthusiasm in the air that is unlike any other
concert you have ever attended.
Led Zeppelin were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
in 1995 and are the second biggest selling band in the United States behind only the Beatles. They have sold more than 300
million records across the world and their hard hitting blues based sound earned them the label of the heaviest band of all
time by Rolling Stone Magazine. the band originally went under the name the New Yardbirds, a reference to guitarist Jimmy
Page's contributions to the Yardbirds. Led Zeppelin broke up in 1980 following the death of their drummer John Bonham. The
surviving members decided that they could not continue the same without their original drummer, but did reunite for some shows
with Bonham's son Jason playing the drums.