JASON BONHAM Interviewed On WZLX 100.7 FM’s ‘Karlson & McKenzie’ (Audio)

On September 8, drummer Jason Bonham was interviewed on the “Karlson McKenzie” show on Boston’s WZLX 100.7 FM about JASON BONHAM’S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE — which celebrates the life and music of Jason‘s father, the legendary LED ZEPPELIN drummer John Bonham. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

JASON BONHAM’S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE — a unique trifecta of an amazing rock concert featuring the unforgettable blues-rock of LED ZEPPELIN, an over-the-top video and light show as well as the personal history that Jason Bonham shares in commemoration of his father with the legendary rock ‘n’ roll band — will return mid-October for a fall North American tour through November.

“The music created by John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and my father John Bonham is timeless, groundbreaking and pure magic,” says Jason. “I always feel closer to him while I’m performing their music and the response has been overwhelming.”

JASON BONHAM’S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE features Bonham on drums, Tony Catania on guitar and theremin, Stephen Leblanc on keyboards/pedal-steel guitars, Dorian Heartsong (in for Michael Devin) on bass and James Dylan on lead vocals. The band’s powerful live performance of LED ZEPPELIN‘s classics takes concert-goers through a mesmerizing visual and aural journey as giant backdrops display iconic art and Bonham‘s own historical video footage and photos give the show an intimate feel. Show highlights include a heartfelt duet with Jason performing “Moby Dick” off “Led Zeppelin II” alongside his father. Jason is honored to perform 20 hand-picked favorites encompassing the band’s albums including their 1969 debut “Led Zeppelin” (“Your Time Is Gonna Come”, “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You”), 1969’s “Led Zeppelin II” (“Thank You”, “Lemon Song”); 1970’s “Led Zeppelin III” (“Celebration Day”); 1970’s “Led Zeppelin IV” (“When The Levee Breaks” and “Rock and Roll”); 1975’s “Physical Graffiti” (“Kashmir”) and many more LED ZEPPELIN favorites.

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