Red Zeppelin
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Red Zeppelin

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF
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"They're the only band that I'll still sneak out to go see"

I've got a wife and kid now, but I'll still sneak out of the house to go see Red Zeppelin... and I know a lot of talented musicians. - Chris Fragale, Director of Career Services for The Atlanta Institute of Music

"Keen Understanding of Live Performance"

They excelled in the academic realm, but also have a keen understanding of what a live performance should be. You can't really teach that. - Nite Driscoll, President of the Atlanta Institute of Music

"Proud to Have Them on My Resume"

(Jimmy Herring, Adam Nitti, Marco Minneman, Dave Weckl, Jeff Sipe, Tommy Emmanuel, Chris Coleman) - Jake Boschen, engineer extraordinaire


(see Led Zeppelin catalogue)



The opportunity for a Led Zeppelin project became obvious after meeting vocalist Ryan Langseth and his extraordinary red afro. His one-in-a-million vocal range and style is a crucial component to the Zeppelin sound, and without it we would not attempt such an ominous task. Ryan's style and the timbre of his voice sound so much like Robert Plant that building a Led Zeppelin tribute band around him became inevitable.

In order to incorporate the guitar layering techniques that Jimmy Page used in the studio, guitarists Paul Sorah and Adam Carder collaborate to add that depth to the live performance. Paul's incredible chops carry the spirit of Page's vibe, but without all the heroin that slowed him down toward the last days of Zeppelin. Carder's role also entails keyboard and organ work, which allows Red Zeppelin to play any song from the massive LZ catalogue.

The roles of Jones and Bonham were welcomed challenges for Adam Shay and Dave Ragsdale, respectively. They have been working together for years as part of Blue Horizon, an original Southern rock trio that features Paul Sorah on lead vocals and guitar. Their chemistry adds an irreplaceable energy to a live show, and the final product is a very rare collection of the talent and personalities necessary to perform Led Zeppelin's music the way it was intended to be done. Set breaks are rarely taken, you never know what is going to happen, and nobody leaves disappointed.