'Led'-ding by Example
Erie has its chance to see Get The Led Out perform at the Warner Theatre.
Thursday, Jan. 18
Most concert-goers who've seen them say they present an experience like no other.
Well, (almost exactly) like none other — besides the mighty Led Zeppelin.
Get The Led Out, a Philadelphia-based group of Zeppelin-minded musicians, has been doing just what its name suggests — and well — for around 15 years now, zestfully and expertly playing through the catalogue of one of history's most celebrated and inarguably phenomenal rock 'n roll bands.
Like the world's best tribute acts are able to do (think Dark Star Orchestra, Grateful Dead fans)
Essentially, everything it takes to really bring the essence of Zeppelin's hallowed songbook to life.
Critically-acclaimed, and with over 70,000 fans on its Facebook page alone, GTLO seems to be doing Zep right, alright.
And Erie has its chance to see it go down when GTLO performs at the Warner Theatre.
"Led Zeppelin are sort of the classical composers of the rock era," lead vocalist Paul Sinclair says in GTLO's bio. "I believe 100 years from now they will be looked at as the Bach or Beethoven of our time. As cliche as it sounds, their music is timeless." — Ryan Smith
7:30 p.m. // 811 State St. // erieevents.com