Led Zeppelin's days of reunion touring may be over, but Get the Led Out's Zeppelin tribute show hits all the right notes for fans looking to reminisce over the iconic band's heyday. Handpicked by Jimmy Page himself to perform at one of his charity's fundraising events, Get the Led Out have the band's sound down to a tee, thrilling fans around the country with marathon sets of Zeppelin hits like "Whole Lotta Love" and "Stairway to Heaven." Fresh off a series of acclaimed 2013 shows, the band is sure to impress even the staunchest Zeppelin purists on their 2014 tour.
Get the Led Out formed out of a desire to acknowledge the influence the music of Led Zeppelin has had on all of the band's members. Eschewing the tribute band trend of visual mimicry, Get the Led Out instead focus on entirely recreating the great band's legendary sound, including extensive gear nerdery and use of period instruments like the theremin. Singer Paul Sinclair sounds remarkably like Robert Plant, and guitarist Paul Hammond does a mean Jimmy Page — add the rest of the band and you've got an uncanny sonic resemblance that achieves the difficult task of passing muster with Zeppelin purists.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"The next best thing to seeing Led Zeppelin live - loved every minute of it and will definitely see them again."
"Just absolutely fantastic. They did play a lot of lesser known songs of Led Zep but played all the hits as well. The recreation of studio version of" Whole Lotta Love" using theremin was, in a word, fantastic."
"If you are a Led Zeppelin Fan, or just enjoy watching spectacular musicians perform some classic rock at its finest... You will never regret seeing this band . Always an incredible show."