This show took place on what would have been John Bonham’s 64th birthday. He passed when he was only 32, so he’s been gone about as long as he was here. I could write a book about this event. With all the performers, the tons of Led Zeppelin songs that were played and everything that went onon, there was no way for me to keep up and remember everything. It was overload in a good way.
Steven Adler kicking it on the porch of the Foundation Room before he performed.
This show was a mix of drumming on an authentic looking John Bonham live kit by an assorted cast of musical legends- mostly drummers, of course.
It started with an acoustic set, which was probably my favorite part of the show. Lorraine Lewis got up and played “Thank You”. At the end of the set, they added a string section…
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