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Classic Albums Live presents Led Zeppelin: Led Zeppelin II

Classic Albums Live takes classic albums and performs them live, on stage – note for note, cut for cut – using the world's greatest musicians.

“Led Zeppelin really does sound like the hammer of the Gods. At first listen, it's the guitar riffs that grab you. Then the drums. Then the honey sweet voice of Robert Plant. What's funny is that after years of listening and dissecting the album, it's the bass guitar that I'm now drawn to. Led Zeppelin II has it all: Drum solos! Guitar solos! Lemons! I get emails from people telling me that their kids were conceived to this record! Perhaps that's the ultimate compliment you can pay an album! One thing I know for sure is that Zep fans are unrelenting in their love for the band. Many people don't realize that during the 70s, no other band or artist came close to selling as many albums as Led Zeppelin. At the time, the critics were panning them and making fun of them, but the people spoke. They bought the albums and went to the concerts. The nerdy naysayers were left licking their wounds. No Grammys. No number one singles. No singles! Led Zeppelin was the people's band. And Led Zeppelin II was their call to arms. Every rock musician who picks up an instrument gravitates toward Zep. Every musician says they can play Zep. But most can't. There's an undefinable quality to their music. Once every couple of months, I stay up all night and comb the internet. For bands that can play Led Zeppelin better than CAL, I never find anyone that comes close. I have put together the greatest Led Zeppelin band in the world. I can't believe my luck. I get to rock out with an audience of like-minded people. I can't think of anything better than being in a beautiful communal setting and reveling in one of the greatest albums ever made.” – Craig Martin, Founder and CEO, Classic Albums Live


Tickets available online at Ticketmaster.com and in person at the Kodak Center Box Office located at 200 W. Ridge Rd. (M-F, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.).

There may be a $5-10 charge for parking.