Led Zeppelin 2 concert review

Led Zeppelin 2 concert review

Led Zeppelin 2 was really great live, the vocals and look of Robert Plant to the stylish outfit and lead guitar work of Jimmy Paige. The band tore through the classics like Whole Lotto Love, Black Dog and guided the audience to The Stairway to Heaven.

Despite some rain and a humid evening at the Ascend Amphitheater Zeppelin 2 was able to capture the aura of the great songs written by the original Led Zeppelin.  There is a nostalgic essence with many of these songs regardless of what generation you’re apart of. Timeless, classic all words use to personify the song from times long ago. Led Zeppelin songs continue to allow for memories and creations that inspire others musicians and writers still to this day.

Led Zeppelin 2 was able to bottle all those great things about the original Led Zeppelin. Not only did they deliver the songs with passion and precision but they also triggered fond memories of youthful nights with friends long past.

Music has a way of doing that. Reviving the subconscious memoires you’ve tucked away for years and when you allow yourself to let go and have the tone and the sounds of these songs spark that memory it’s truly an experience worth nothing.

As a fan, writer, photographer, and purveyor of forgotten memories I can only suggest that if you get the chance to spend an evening watching live music and Led Zeppelin 2 is playing your city you own yourself and you’re subconscious to escape and live in the Rock’N’Roll hi-fi stratosphere.


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