Led Zepagain recreates the sound of heavy metal icon Led Zeppelin.

Stairway to Led Zeppelin-heaven

Led Zepagain’s show features all of the Zeppelin highlights

The Tidemark Theatre will host Led Zepagain on Wednesday, Oct. 5.

Led Zepagain’s show features all of the Zeppelin highlights, from the high energy electric classics, beautiful acoustic works; soaring leads on the double-neck guitar, brilliant keyboard passages, the high Robert Plant screams and those trademark pounding rhythms. Be mesmerized as Led Zepagain takes you to a place that not only replicates Led Zeppelin but captures the heart and soul of the world’s greatest band creating the ultimate Led Zeppelin experience with such classic songs as “Stairway to Heaven”, “Immigrant Song”, “Whole Lotta Love” “Rock ‘n’ Roll” and “Black Dog”. From the moment Led Zepagain hits the stage, you’ll believe, this is definitely the “Real Deal!”

Swan Montgomery, a born and bred Irishman from Drogheda, Ireland, whose uncanny portrayal of Robert Plant has placed him consistently among LA’s most popular performers since the early 90’s. Recently Swan was pulled on stage by Roger Daltry for a duet rendition of “Help From My Friends”. Roger even commented on how much Swan looked like Robert Plant!

Jim Wootten fills the demanding role of John Paul Jones masterfully; covering Bass, Keyboards, Mandolin, Acoustic 6- and 12-string guitars, and backing vocals.  Talent apparently runs in the family, as Jim’s uncle is none other than legendary guitarist, Les Paul!

Steve Zukowsky first picked up the guitar at age 11. In 1977, he got to see Led Zeppelin in concert and after the concert; Steve rushed home, picked up the guitar and learned “Over the Hills and Far Away” right then!  Steve jumped at the chance to join Swan in Led Zepagain, and has won over even the most die-hard Led Zeppelin fans with his uncanny portrayal of Jimmy Page.

Jim Kersey is a highly accomplished drummer having recorded and/or performed with Vivian Campbell, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, James Cotton, Coco Montoya, the Mamas and the Papas, BB Chung King and The James Montgomery Band. With his amazing feel for the late, great, John “Bonzo” Bonham, he leaves the audience shouting for more, especially after every performance of Zeppelin’s classic drum solo epic, “Moby Dick!”

Tickets are available for $31 (plus facility fee and service charges) at The Tidemark Theatre Ticket Centre. Charge by phone 250-287-7899 or online at www.tidemarktheatre.com.

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