YAKUZA Frontman's LED ZEPPELIN 2: THE LIVE EXPERIENCE To Play Chicago Tomorrow

LED ZEPPELIN 2: THE LIVE EXPERIENCE, the LED ZEPPELIN tribute act featuring Bruce Lamont (frontman for Chicago-based avantgarde metallers YAKUZA) and members of BUSKER SOUNDCHECK, will perform ZEPPELIN's entire "The Song Remains The Same" soundtrack plus a few other classic ZEPPELIN numbers on January 3 at at Empty Bottle in Chicago, Illinois.

Jim Derogotis from the Chicago Sun Tmes previously wrote about LED ZEPPELIN 2: THE LIVE EXPERIENCE: "Though the U.S. won't get a chance to see the LED ZEPPELIN reunion this summer (if ever), Chicago fans can console themselves with the knowledge that, A.) That isn't really ZEP anyway (it can't be, since John Bonham is dead), and B.) Bruce Lamont, Paul Kamp (of YAKUZA and BUSKER SOUNDCHECK fame, respectively) and the killer rhythm section of Ian Lee and Chris Klein bill themselves as LED ZEPPELIN 2: THE LIVE EXPERIENCE, and they do as good a ZEP as ZEP ever did back in the day."


Ian Lee as John Bonham
Chris Klein (BUSKER SOUNDCHECK) as John Paul Jones
Paul Kamp (BUSKER SOUNDCHECK) as Jimmy Page
Bruce Lamont (YAKUZA) as Robert Plant


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