Led Zeppelin tribute band at Cornerstone
Zepp Again one-time show Sept. 23
We all remember a time where Led Zeppelin captivated our imaginations with their dynamic range of musical soundscapes. As teenagers, we all remember the times where we sat with friends around the turntable blasting our Led Zeppelin vinyl’s until those vinyl’s were rendered unplayable. We have memories of Robert Plant's mystical vocals speaking of faraway lands like the ones described in JRR Tolkien novels, Jimmy Page's innovative guitar theatrics, John Paul Jones's groovy basslines that added texture to the music, and John Bonham's sledgehammer like drumming that helped to cement the emotive qualities of the music being the soundtrack to our younger years. Even though the days of Led Zeppelin playing sold-out shows in Madison Square Garden may be over, the legacy that Led Zeppelin cemented does not have to fade away because Led Zeppelin tribute band ZeppAgain plans to make America ZeppAgain! Mike Sanders, Kevin Slover, Steven Schnaper, and David Blampied are truly committed to accurately recreating the Led Zeppelin sound to help usher in the great times by playing the songs that represent the broad spectrum of their catalogue. Just come on down to the show at the Cornerstone Playhouse on Saturday September 23 at 8:00PM and hear Zep Again play the tunes that you fondly remember in a way that sounds just like Led Zeppelin's brilliance and have the time of your life.
Cornerstone Playhouse is located at 74 Main Street, Sussex Borough. All seats are general admission and are $20 each. You can purchase tickets online at www.mycptix.com or call 973 702-0687 for more information. Cornerstone Playhouse is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to presenting the Arts in the Greater Sussex County Area. Funding has been made available in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through the State/County Partnership Block Grant Program, as administered through the Sussex County Arts and Heritage Council.