No Quarter

No Quarter

BandRockClassic Rock

No Quarter is the ultimate Led Zeppelin experience. The show is a combination of a theatrical performance and a rock concert. People that go to the shows often feel like they have seen and heard a real Led Zeppelin concert.

Biography

Bryan Christiansen - Guitars

Born in England, Bryan was inspired by the British rock scene at an early age. Major influences are Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Eric Johnson, and naturally, Jimmy Page. With 20 years of experience behind him, Bryan handles the role of Jimmy Page with finesse. His diligence in learning the music and onstage character of Page has earned him the respects of Led Zeppelin fans in every audience. Other musicians and the most diehard Zeppelin fans have been left in awe after watching him play.

Chad McMurray - Bass, Keyboards, and Acoustics

A native of Washington State, Chad has been playing music most of his life. He started on violin, and moved to guitar, drums, and piano before finding his way to the bass and vocals. Chad studied opera for six years and has been playing the bass for the past 15 years. In addition to the role of John Paul Jones, Chad fronts an original band "Ashland" and Rush tribute "Vital Signs". Chad's influences range from classical & opera to jazz and rock. In addition to John Paul Jones, Chad has been influenced by many bass players, including Geddy Lee, Les Claypool, Sting, Stu Hamm, John Patituucci and Ray Brown…just to name a few!

Nathan Carroll - Drums

Nate was born in Virginia, where he was inspired by the Williamsburg Fife and Drum Corps. He's been playing the drums ever since. He studied music for two years at North Idaho College. Currently he is Chief Musician in Washington's Civil War Association and is a crafter of Civil War era drums. He was given his first Led Zeppelin album at the age of 9 and was hooked. John Bonham has been the greatest influence in his music. Other influences include Terry Bosio, Billy Cobham, Dave Wackel, and Simon Phillips. Nates' power and energy are truly a tribute to John Bonham.

Lonny Rice - Vocals

Lonny is one of the most powerful vocalists to come out of the NW in the last 20 years. Born in Yakima, WA to a family of musicians he has been singing as long as he and his parents can remember. His career as a performer spans back to age 12 where he was selected to be in "Oliver" the musical for a local theatre co. The comparison to Robert Plant is spot on. He can effortlessly sing the classic songs of Led Zeppelin and has the all charisma and swagger needed to play the part of Robert Plant. Lonny is also a song writer and additionally he has done a twisted tune for The Bob River Show, a nationally syndicated radio program, called "Whole Lotta Drugs" and recorded various studio vocal tracks on a host of other projects including his original band Mystic Pop.

Set List

Typical set is 3.5 hours long