Tuesday, October 11, 2011

VIDEO: Jason Bonham’s Led Zep Experience perform on KLOS

Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience are back in the States, ready to kick off their fall tour on Wednesday in Riverside, California.

The dates follow the success of JBLZE’s 2010 and spring 2011 trips, where Jason and company rocked cities with their versions of material from the Led Zeppelin catalogue.

JBLZE features Bonham on drums, Tony Catania on guitar and theremin, Stephen Leblanc on keyboards/pedal-steel guitars, Michael Devin on bass and James Dylan on lead vocals.

“The Jason Bonham Led Zeppelin Experience,” says the drummer, “was something that came about through my passion and love of the music. To cut a long story short, after I stopped working with Jimmy [Page] and John Paul Jones in late ’08, I was so ‘Zeppelined-up,’ if you know what I mean...everything was Zep for me, at that time. I had just done the reunion so, after about twelve months of persuasion, I put together a show – cause I didn’t want to just go out there and play Led Zeppelin music…I didn’t want to tarnish the fact that I had just played with them.”

On Monday, Jason and the guys stopped by KLOS’ Mark & Brian morning show to chat, and they also pulled out a Zeppelin classic - “Going To California” – while they’re IN California.

Led Led Zeppelin

Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience – Going To California
KLOS Mark & Brian Show – October 10, 2011

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