A Tribute to The Who and Led Zeppelin Show
May 25, 1969: The Who & Led Zeppelin Shared a Bill!
According to BestClassicBands.com, The Who were riding high on the early success of Tommy when they played the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD, on May 25, 1969. Opening the show was a relatively new English band whose first album had been released in January of that year: Led Zeppelin. The Who’s crew had to pull the plug on Zeppelin when their eight-song set–which included “Dazed and Confused” and “Train Kept A-Rollin'” and “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You”–went over its scheduled time to prevent the headliner’s show from going past curfew. Led Zeppelin’s name was misspelled on the tickets (“Lead”), which cost a mere $5.75 – even a bargain in those days. (BestClassicBands.com)
The Who Experience (TM) Tribute Band brings you back to 1969 performing a tribute to the 2 GREATEST classic rock n roll bands of all time in one show called WHO’S ZEPPELIN (TM) ! A tribute to The Who and Led Zeppelin! A perfect match!
(Booking in U.S call 714-920-9088 or email: Events@TheWhoExperience.com)