Dazed'n'Confused [Led Zeppelin Tribute Band, 4 piece]
Just to prove that I hadn’t dreamed it or exaggerated in the review above we saw them again at the Old Ale House. My brother was with me when we saw the real thing in Manchester in 1972. He couldnt believe we got to see a band play and sing all their songs as good as the original band and in many moments better (in fact we know Plant cant hit those notes now which is understandable, and Page would be far from gig ready!). He also couldnt believe we were hearing this band - in a pub - for FREE! If Ahmet Ertegun were still around this band would be on a stadium world tour. If you haven’t done so already then see them soon. If only to hear ‘Since I ve been loving you’ which was sublime. Congratulations also to the team on the sound desk for recreating the soundscape of each album and track. Thanks guys for another fantastic gig.Monday 16 July 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time out to write this review, its great to get feedback and know that people are enjoying what we do. To compare us to the original band and say that some moments were better, well thats something else! Its good to know our hard work pays off. I shall pass on your comments to the sound guy, Hoby Allen at Cabin Fever Audio, he does a great sound for us. Like Dazed'n'Confused he has a keen ear for detail. Hope you can get to another of our gigs sometime and please say hello if you do. R'n'R.
Who said Led Zeppelin would not gig again?
I saw them last night in the band club at St Austell!. Last saw them in 1973, but it was definitely the same 'hammer of the gods' drumming from Bonham, combined with the thunderous riffs and biting flurries of sizzling lead guitar from Jimmy Page, along with the plaintive wails from Plant and the subtle underpinnings of bass and keys from JPJ, at least it might as well have been. This band is more than a tribute to the originals. If you have ever seen the real thing then you will know that now the main difference between them is the size of audience they can command. Dazed and Confused played to a small but discerning and enthusiastic group of fans at the Band club - rather than the tens of thousands their virtuosity deserved, but for those who knew their Physical Graffiti from their Houses of the Holy it was a fantastic evening. If you loved Zep go and see them. If you just love seeing first class & dedicated musicians playing classic songs live, either way you will not be disappointed.Sunday 5 November 2017
Thank you Steve, probably the best compliment we have ever had. We, as a band, are sticklers for detail, hence the four piece line up, but also like to feel at ease with the songs we cover and put a lot of work in to make it work. The awesome legacy of Led Zeppelin is covered by many bands around the world, a fitting tribute to a great British legend. Long may we continue doing our little bit of keeping that music alive with the support of such like people as yourself and the support of venues like St Austell Band rooms. R'n'R