Kashmir, The Live Led Zeppelin Show, Coming To The Rust Belt
Kashmir, The Live Led Zeppelin Show, is coming through the Quad Cities to the Rust Belt Friday, January 26th, and we have tickets for you!
Started in 2000 by vocalist Jean Violet, the band has gone from playing bars and clubs in New York City to now being one of the biggest Led Zeppelin Tribute shows, touring nationally and worldwide. Kashmir's primary focus is capturing the live performance and raw energy of Led Zeppelin.
Sure, the singer looks like he could be related to Robert Plant, but the band does what they can to share the energy and the experience you would've gotten seeing the real group live.
They'll be joined by The Hong Kong Sleepover - the "Miller High Life fueled heavy metal band from Macomb, Illinois."
Since being formed in 2007, The Hong Kong Sleepover has released three full length albums (Mustard 2008, Bolshevik Firecrackers 2013, and Butcher & Bolt 2019) and one 5 track EP (The Swedish Teaser 2011). Mustard was the album that helped established their fanbase with tracks like “The Greasy Wheel Song” and “Hatchet Man” getting constant airplay.
Bolshevik Firecrackers pushed that fan base farther with a heavier sound and it’s acceptance to Pandora Radio. Butcher & Bolt is the perfect brew of the groove filled riffs of Mustard along with the heavy aggressiveness of Bolshevik Firecrackers.
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