Led Zeppelin The Song Remains The Same To Be Recreated In Melbourne
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Led Zeppelin The Song Remains The Same To Be Recreated In Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere on July 31, 2014

in Live,News

Led Zeppelin’s classic 1973 Madison Square Garden gig captured as the live album ‘The Song Remains The Same’ will be performed for one show only in Melbourne.

The band featuring Ashley Naylor (Even) on guitar, Danny Leo (King of the North) on drums, Stephen Hadley (Tex Perkins) on bass, Bruce Haymes (Renee Geyer) on keyboards with guest vocalists Vika Bull (Vika & Linda), Pat Carmody (My Dynamite), Chappy (My Left Boot) and Dallas Frasca will perform the live album live again at the Corner Hotel on 12 Zeptember.

Ash Naylor Song Remains The Same band Noise11.com music newsThe setlist will be the same as the original concert finally released in its complete version in 2007 although Led Zep aficionados will not that ‘The Ocean’ was played as the encore at all three MSG shows and on the final night of July 29, 1973 Led Zeppelin also added ‘Thank You’ as a second encore.

The Song Remains The Same expanded edition from 2007

Rock and Roll
Celebration Day
Black Dog
Over The Hills & Far Away
Misty Mountain Hop
Since I’ve Been Loving You
No Quarter
The Song Remains the Same
The Rain Song
The Ocean
Dazed and Confused
Stairway to Heaven
Moby Dick
Heartbreaker
Whole Lotta Love

Max Crawdaddy will DJ between sets and James Young will MC the show.

The Corner Hotel & Cherry Rock Presents
A Celebration of Led Zeppelin’s 1973 ‘The Song Remains The Same’ live at Madison Square Garden show and more…
Friday 12 Zeptember 2014, from 8.30pm
The Corner Hotel Richmond
Tix $30 plus Booking fee from www.cornerhotel.com and Corner Box Office

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