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  • See “Celebration Day” the Led Zeppelin Movie

    Posted by Carl from Chicago on October 17th, 2012 (All posts by )

    “Celebration Day” is the Led Zeppelin concert movie commemorating their 2007 one-time only show in London with John Bonham’s son Jason on drums. Here is a link to the web site trailer and show times.

    I highly recommend that you head out and see the show in a theater, preferably one that is LOUD. Led Zeppelin sounds fantastic, playing a variety of songs from their 10 album catalog, with some unexpected choices. Robert Plant’s voice sounds great, Jimmy Page can still play everything, John Paul Jones plays a variety of instruments (including an amazing 10 string bass), and Jason Bonham is great on drums (with a bit of vocals on “Misty Mountain Hop”).

    Cross posted at LITGM

     

    2 Responses to “See “Celebration Day” the Led Zeppelin Movie”

    1. bgates Says:

      Head *way* out. The closest screenings to the southeastern US are in Evansville Indiana, New Albany Indiana, or Richmond Virginia. The former two also appear to be the closest to Chicago.

    2. Carl from Chicago Says:

      Their web site must be goofy.

      I saw it at the Century in Chicago on Clark Street.