“When Led Zeppelin played a concert, it wasn’t just a concert – it was an event.” – Peter Grant, Led Zeppelin’s manager, 1993
Authors Dave Lewis and Mike Tremaglio explain how they researched in detail the 500 plus concerts Led Zeppelin performed to produce the book Evenings With Led Zeppelin – The Complete Concert Chronicle (Omnibus Press)
The evolution of the group in 1968
The intensive touring schedule in their early years
How Led Zeppelin and manager Peter Grant changed the art of rock presentation in the late 60s/early70s
The group’s speedy elevation to being the world’s greatest live attraction of the rock era
The importance of the visual element of the book
Why this book is much more than a log of concerts
Led Zeppelin’s importance in rock history
Fifty years on from their formation, Led Zeppelin’s potency as a live band remains unsurpassed – Evenings With Led Zeppelin vividly explains why.
Presentation followed by Question and Answer session
Dave Lewis first heard the music of Led Zeppelin in 1969 at the age of 13. The effect has been a lasting one. He is acknowledged and respected throughout the world as a leading chronicler of the group and its individual members. Dave is the editor and founder of the acclaimed magazine, Tight But Loose,which is currently in its 40th year and reaches out to over 30 countires worldwide.
Mike Tremaglio is one of the foremost Led Zeppelin researchers and has chronicled their work over many years in print and on the web. For many years, he wrote popular tour retrospectives for the highly regarded Tight But Loosemagazine. He has also contributed significantly to several of co-author Dave Lewis’s books and magazine features.
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