Fretsman - 3/9/2018 at 01:39 AM
Fun night of Zep Tunes. This show on 3/6/18 was the rehearsal for the Music Of Led Zeppelin Benefit Show @The Carnegie Hall on 3/7/18. Some folks billed for the show didn't make the rehearsal offering. The Zombies, O.A.R., Richie Sambora, Orianthi, Moe., Patty Smyth, & Bustle In Your Hedgerow were some who didn't make it.
I don't feel shorted, What we witnessed was the majority of the blues contributors and I was just fine with it.
The house band included Shannon Conley (v), Andy York (g), Jackie Greene (g/v), Tony Shanahan (b), Andy Burton (k), and Dennis Diken (d). With appearances by Matthew Sweet, Joseph Arthur, Son Little, J Mascis, The London Souls, Ayron Jones, & Living Colour.
I was really impressed with Mellencamp's guitarist Andy York who along with Jackie Greene provided some of the Jimmy Page overdubs. Jimmy took Les Paul's multi-tracking to an art form of overdub heaven. Some Led Zep tunes have more than 5 Jimmy's playing at once. When Jackie and Andy played with the likes of Ayron, Son, Tash, & others it all sounded nice and proper.
Shannon Conley handled the lion's share of the vocal duties filling in on tunes that were played at the Winery, but sung by others at Carnegie. I found a couple articles and posted links below.
Articles on Carnegie Hall Show 3/7/18
Here's the Vid's from The City Winery Rehearsal Show 3/6/18
Kasmir - Shannon Conley with The Orchestra
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You - Son Little
Dancing Days (ain't dancing) - Matthew Sweet
Tangerine - J Mascis
Misty Mountain Hop - Shannon
Since I've Been Loving You - Ayron Jones
Rock And Roll - Living Colour
Bring It On Home - London Souls
Ramble On - Joseph Arthur
What Is And What Should Never Be - Shannon
When The Levee Breaks - Shannon
The Lemon Song - Jackie Greene
Trampled Underfoot - Shannon
The Ocean - Shannon
Whole Lotta Love - Shannon
Communication Breakdown - Ensemble
[Edited on 3/9/2018 by Fretsman]
jszfunk - 3/9/2018 at 10:14 PM
Thanks for sharing. It looks like Andy York from Mellencamps band is part of the backing band..very cool to see him up there.