Fri, Jun 15 8:00PM
The Music Room




Artist Bios


Bringing alive the excitement and experience of the world’s greatest rock band, Led Zeppelified performs the mega-hits of the Hammer of the Gods. Get amplified, sanctified, electrified…get Led Zeppelified!

The band was formed to recreate the thrill of being at Led Zeppelin’s legendary live shows. To channel and let flow the spirit and vibe of the Houses of Zeppelin with studio and live versions from throughout the celebrated Led Zeppelin catalog. If you missed seeing Led Zeppelin live in their heyday than you owe it to yourself to get Led Zeppelified. 

Even more than that, it’s about reconnecting with the music that represents, for many millions, the soundtrack of our lives. For the songs that were playing when so many memorable events happened. From hanging out with friends and parties, a first romance or that car you loved or songs you listened to so many times that they’re a part to you. 

Each member of Led Zeppelified embodies the essence of Plant, Page, Jones and Bonham to achieve the groove and vibe of these highly influential master musicians. 

Led Zeppelified is Steve Lawrence (Robert Plant), Tim McGovern (Jimmy Page), Steve McKinley (John Paul Jones), Mark Carbonara (John Bonham). 


New band, 1st show
Shawn Thacker, drums - Truckadelic, Southern Gothic
Justin Senker - Follow For Now, Atlanta Rhythm Section
Brandon Neal - vocal, occasional guitar, Wayside Shakedown
Andrew Cylar - guitar, 68-75


Blackfox is a ragged tale told in a burned-out brothel behind an abandoned church; folk forms wrapped in wire and soaked in bourbon.  The songwriting and genre experimentation of veteran multi-instrumentalist and seer of visions Stacey Cargal rides on a carpet of sound built by a collection of longtime friends and scene-mates. The band works a mix of garage, blues, gospel and country-inflected songs and pushes them into new sonic territories with aspects of noise and space rock.
"Ranging from hard rocking, almost punk bombast, gentle acoustic driven ballads, and psych-ambient rambles, [Blackfox] delivers an intriguing collection of tunes, each one daring, challenging, and played with the confidence that is developed from years in the trenches. At times as sinister as black metal, but then shifting to more melodic and palatable tone, Blackfox maintains an edge that keeps the listener on edge, while providing an entertaining and satisfying experience.” - Creative Loafing