- Black Dog (Led Zeppelin Tribute Band) with Hoffman School
- Black Dog – Led Zeppelin Tribute
- Led Zeppelin Tribute Band, Black Dog, to Perform July 24
- Black Dog by Led Zeppelin
Black Dog (Led Zeppelin Tribute Band) with Hoffman School
Black Dog is the definitive Led Zeppelin tribute band, the closest thing to the live sound of the legendary group. All-pro musicians make up this awesome band.come
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Guitarist Frank Longe formerly of L. He has Les Paul and double neck guitars. The John Paul Jones bottom end is held down nicely by bass player J. Taine who has many years of professional music experience. Black Dog is a must see for any Zeppelin fan! Nick also plays in the hardcore band Proof, Superfly and more.
Even when Black Dog improvises, they sound like Led Zeppelin. Black Dog, which performs on Saturday in Teaneck, has been together for 15 years, making them one of the longest running homegrown North Jersey Zeppelin-only cover acts. Zeppelin released eight albums between and The massively influential band broke up after drummer John Bonham died in Plant is known for his sexually charged vocals and audience command, while Page, the essence of cool, presides over an arsenal of heavy riffs and sublime acoustic patterns.
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. Black Dog, established nearly 20 years ago, proudly pays tribute to the mighty Led Zeppelin with an extensive catalogue of songs comprised of classic masterpieces like "Dazed and Confused," "Heartbreaker," and "Stairway to Heaven," as well as the less heard B-sides to satisfy the more discerning fans. The show also includes extended versions that recapture the true live experience such as "Whole Lotta Love," from The Song Remains the Same, complete with Page's magical Theramin solo. The concert will take place at Echo Lake Park in Mountainside.
In , the song was first ranked number on Rolling Stone ' s list of the Greatest Songs of All Time  before being ranked at number in John Paul Jones , who is credited with writing the main riff, was inspired by Muddy Waters ' controversial album Electric Mud. It was first played live at Belfast 's Ulster Hall on 5 March , a concert which also featured the first ever live performance of " Stairway to Heaven ". In it was used as an encore medley with " Whole Lotta Love ", but was hardly used on the band's US concert tour. It was recalled to the set for the Knebworth Festival and the Tour of Europe. For these final performances, Page introduced the song from stage.
Black Dog – Led Zeppelin Tribute
Led Zeppelin Tribute Band, Black Dog, to Perform July 24
Black Dog by Led Zeppelin