Zeppelin Live!

 

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Personnel:


 Zeppelin Live!

 

 

 

There are four members of Zeppelin Live:

 

 

 

 

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Kevin Bennett - Guitarist, musician for 25 years and then some, has devoted most of his time as a musician learning and perfecting the art of Led Zeppelin.  He's spent many years perfecting the guitar sound of Jimmy Page and uses all the same equipment, right down to the same guitar picks, the playing and the sound is uncanny.  Working full time as a sound and systems engineer for New Zealand's largest audio hire company - Oceania Audio, Kevin is responsible for many of the major concerts that pass our shores.  This is obviously an asset when it comes to the technical side of sound reinforcement with Zeppelin Live.

 

 

 

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Daniel Parker - Vocalist, musician most of his life, he has the voice and is not afraid to use it.  Daniel sings the songs more like the studio versions, something Robert Plant had trouble with when performing live.  Long tours and pushing it night after night unfortunately took its toll on Plant.  Daniel has a high range naturally with his voice, and with overtones of Plant he's the man for the job.

 

 

 

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Warren Keene - Bass Player, lifelong musician also, Warren has had his work cut out for him to learn the complexity of John Paul Jones Bass playing. He's played in many bands and has worked on original compositions as well as a short film soundtrack.  It's no easy task to take on Zeppelin without having spent many years listening and learning, but with that Fender Jazz strapped on, he has it where it counts.

 

 

 

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Andrew Schoushkoff - Drums, much like Kevin, Andrew has dedicated his musical talent to Led Zeppelin.  Andrew has a passion for the sound as much as the techniques used by John Bonham.  Andrew has done a load of session work in his career as well as playing with Citizen Band in their latter days.  Andrew has an uncanny ability to sound a lot like John Bonham ... Especially when he' behind the same style Ludwig drum kit John Henry Bonham used in the early 70's.

 

 

 

 

 

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