JASON BONHAM Interviewed On Baltimore's 100.7 THE BAY (Audio)

Klug of the WZBA 100.7 The Bay radio station in Baltimore, Maryland recently conducted an interview with Jason Bonham (LED ZEPPELIN, JASON BONHAM'S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE). You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.

JASON BONHAM'S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE kicked off a tour last month in Napa, California. As on previous tours, Bonham and his band are sharing the unique history of LED ZEPPELIN through rock songs, video and light effects. The lineup features Bonham on drums, Tony Catania on guitar, Stephen Leblanc on keyboards/pedal-steel guitars, Dorian Heartsong on bass and James Dylan on lead vocals.

The show fulfills Bonham's life-long dream of performing alongside his father, ZEPPELIN's legendary late drummer, John Bonham via onstage clips. "We do '(When The) Levee Breaks' — which is a wonderful part of the show, which is one of my favorite parts of the show because I actually get to play with dad," Bonham told The Pulse Of Radio. "Like when I do 'Moby Dick'; it's a moment where I'm playing with my father. For people who weren't aware, but, we didn't have two drumkits in the house. So when I get to do this these days, it's really for the first time ever that we really get to play together, because we never did in real life. We never really actually got to experience that. And I'm reading articles on what my father had said, where he said, 'Y'know my son plays drums and I'd really love to have him play next to me at the Royal Albert Hall.'"


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