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 — just wrapped a successful 39-city North American tour.

The critically acclaimed North American trek stunned audiences and featured Jason Bonham on drums, Tony Catania on guitar and theremin, Michael Devin on bass, Stephen Leblanc on keyboardists/pedal-steel guitars and James Dylan on lead vocals. The tour included a roof-raising, jam-packed show at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood late last month which saw Jason's younger sister Zoe Bonham perform blues-harp on the ZEPPELIN classic "When The Levee Breaks".

"I never imagined we'd receive the reaction we've been getting," explains Jason. "It's beyond my wildest dreams to come out represent my family, my father and the music of LED ZEPPELIN."

Here is the JASON BONHAM LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE setlist from the Los Angeles show.

Set I:

01. "Rock and Roll", (Led Zeppelin IV), 1971
02. "Celebration Day", (Led Zeppelin III), 1970
03. "Black Dog", (Led Zeppelin IV), 1971
04. "Your Time Is Gonna Come", (Led Zeppelin), 1969
05. "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You", (Led Zeppelin), 1969
06. "Dazed & Confused", (Led Zeppelin), 1969
07. "What Is and What Should Never Be", (Led Zeppelin II), 1969
08. "Thank You", (Led Zeppelin II), 1969
09. "The Lemon Song", (Led Zeppelin II), 1969
10. "Moby Dick", (Led Zeppelin II), 1969

Set II:

01. "Good Times Bad Times", (Led Zeppelin IV), 1971
02. "I'm Gonna Crawl", (In Through The Out Door), 1979
03. "Since I've Been Loving You", (Led Zeppelin III), 1970
04. "When The Levee Breaks", (Led Zeppelin IV), 1971
05. "The Ocean", (Houses Of The Holy), 1973
06. "Over The Hills And Far Away", (Houses Of The Holy), 1973
07. "How Many More Times", (Led Zeppelin), 1969
08. "Stairway To Heaven", (Led Zeppelin IV), 1971
09. "Kashmir", (Physical Graffiti), 1975


10. "Whole Lotta Love", (Led Zeppelin II), 1969


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