Houses of the Holy - A Tribute to the Music of Led Zeppelin

Houses of the Holy - A Tribute to the Music of Led Zeppelin


The sounds of Led Zeppelin, recreated to perfection!


Heavy Metal Blues was born in 1969 and the music world would be changed forever. The first and last of its kind.


Although the band is now a chapter in the annals of rock and roll history, their music lives on through their many unsurpassed recordings and now, the soul shaking thunder of Zeppelins live performances can be experienced again as Metronights Entertainment proudly presents-

Farrell Webber and Houses of the Holy - A Tribute to the music of Led Zeppelin.

These guys aren’t wannabe posers with yellow dyed hair and a pair of expensive “dragon pants”. “Houses” leaves the gimmicks to the bands that have to rely on them.

The music is what they are all about, although their stage show and energy are things to behold.

Close your eyes and listen to - the hammer of the gods.

Farrell Webber, lead vocalist of “London Calling”, ”Social Offense”, ”Ars Nova”, “The Farrell Webber Band”, “Dodge Harley and The Missouri Riders” and even “Lenny Klingers Galaxy”, teamed up with Mark Crowell on lead guitar (who also does a tribute to Steely Dan, Earth Wind and Fire and The Doobie Brothers) of “Groove Thang”, and “London Calling” back in the late 80’s while slugging it out in the jungles of Los Angeles. The Zeppelin tribute started there but was put on the back burner for all these years until 2006 when they decided to crank it up again with the help of long time friend and virtuoso guitarist, Larry Smith of “Ars Nova”, “The Ralph Butler Band”, “The Heather Dawn Band”, “London Calling”, and “The Farrell Webber Band”.

John Tellman, a cross between Keith Moon and John Bonham and the rock steady bass of Rob Sherman rounds out this incredibly faithful reproduction of the music of Led Zeppelin.

They may not look like Zeppelin, but they WILL rock your ASS off and if you CAN close your eyes, you’ll quickly find yourself transported back to 1970 and The Royal Albert Hall.

The smell of incense and burning herb, well, that’s another story.

Over the past year, Houses of the Holy has played for thousands at events such as:

- With Peter Frampton at the 2006 Rib America Festival in St. Louis.
- With Ted Nugent at the 2006 Indiana ABATE Boogie-Biker Rally
- With Sammy Hagar at The UMB Bank Pavilion in Maryland Heights, MO
- Wentzville, MO Summer Festival
- Robert's Orpheum Theater, St. Louis, MO
- The Stratford Bar and Grill - Fenton, MO
- The St. Louis House of Rock - St. Louis, MO

Set List

The band is able to perform from 90-minutes to 3-hours (pricing varies based on show lenght):

Songs Performed:

From Zeppelin I (1969)
Good Times Bad Times
Babe I’m Gonna Leave you
You Shook Me
Dazed and Confused
How Many More Times
Communication Breakdown

From Zeppelin II (1969)
Whole Lotta Love
What is and What Should Never Be
Thank You
Ramble On

From Zeppelin III (1970)
The Immigrant Song/Hey Hey What Can I Do
Celebration Day
Since I Been Lovin’ You
Out On The Tiles
Gallows Pole

From Zeppelin IV (1971)
Stairway to Heaven
Four Sticks
Going to California
When The Levee Breaks
Misty Mountain Hop
Black Dog
Rock and Roll
Battle of Evermore

From Houses of the Holy (1973)
The Song Remains The Same
Over The Hills and Far Away
Dancing Days
The Ocean
D’yer Mak’r

From Physical Graffiti (1975)
Trampled Under Foot
The Rover
Houses Of The Holy
Custard Pie
Black Country Woman
Sick Again
The Wanton Song

From The Presence (1976