Did Led Zeppelin ever open for The Who?
The Who vs. Led Zeppelin on the night of Sunday, May 25, 1969, when Led Zeppelin opened for The Who in one of the most epic double bills in rock history. It was a pairing of hall of fame live acts that would never be seen again on the same stage.
Did the Who and Led Zeppelin ever play together?
The Who were riding high on the early success of Tommy when they played the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD, on May 25, 1969. It was the second time that Led Zeppelin played “Whole Lotta Love” live (hear it below). …
What was the best Led Zeppelin concert?
Looking Back On Led Zeppelin’s Greatest Live Performances
- “Since I’ve Been Loving You” – (1973)
- “Kashmir” (2007 – Celebration Day)
- “Dazed And Confused” – (1969)
- “Stairway To Heaven – (1975)
- “Heartbreaker” (1975)
- Live At Kneborth – Full Concert (1979)
What band did Led Zeppelin open for?
Led Zeppelin Opens For Vanilla Fudge In First US Concert – December 26, 1968.
Where did Led Zeppelin play 1969?
|5 January 1969||West Hollywood||Whisky a Go Go|
|9 January 1969||San Francisco||Fillmore West|
|10 January 1969|
|11 January 1969|
Did Led Zeppelin ever play in Florida?
Led Zep came into Jacksonville with the amazing force of having broken the Beatles’ attendance record for the largest paid crowd ever at a single group’s concert in musical history – 56,800 people in Tampa. Led Zep – they still do it.
When was the last Led Zeppelin concert in the US?
24 July 1977
Led Zeppelin’s 1977 North American Tour was the eleventh and final concert tour of North America by the English rock band. The tour was divided into three legs, with performances commencing on 1 April and concluding on 24 July 1977….Led Zeppelin North American Tour 1977.
|No. of shows||44 (52 scheduled)|
|Led Zeppelin concert chronology|
Is Led Zeppelin touring in 2020?
Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening detailed tour dates for The Ten Years Gone Tour 2020. The run will see drummer Jason Bonham — son of late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham — on the West Coast, in the Midwest and more. The tour wraps up on June 13 in Waukegan, Illinois.