Lez Zeppelin

Tuesday night, Julie and I went to The Vogue in Broadripple to see Lez Zeppelin, an all-woman Led Zeppelin tribute band.

I went in open minded, just happy to be out at a concert and looking forward to hearing some Zeppelin tunes. Fortunately, the ladies on stage totally rocked!

I think my favorite part of the concert was the bassist, Lisa Brigantino, playing a long fugue on the keyboard. No one quite knew where it was going, but when she ended and the band immediately broke full force into “Kashmir,” I think a lot of people almost peed their pants.

Another highlight was anything the drummer, Helen Destroy, played. She was definitely channeling John Bonham, and her drumming was some of the best I’ve ever seen.

I noticed that the singer, Sarah Mclellan, has a voice that’s pitched just a little lower than Robert Plant’s, which I think lead me to feel that the songs were being performed a little slower than originally played. Or maybe I’m just crazy.

Anyway, definitely check them out if you get a chance.

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