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Nov 3rd 2020

The Vogel presents Matt O'Ree Band Does Led Zeppelin - November 28

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Count Basie Center for the Arts
99 Monmouth Street
Red Bank, NJ
Tickets: $30 | Limit 6 tickets per billing address
Doors 7pm / Showtime 8pm

One of the most legendary rock bands in history changed the world forever, but a new day will dawn for those who stand long as the Matt O'Ree Band plays the songs of Led Zeppelin. Are you ready to get the led out? This show is the perfect blend with one set of Zepplin covers and one set of rockin' originals. Some exceptional moments include an instrumental version of "Out On The Tiles," Eryn's unique take on "Black Dog," and just wait until Matt breaks out the bow on "Dazed and Confused". This particular set of players doesn't just do Zeppelin justice, they blow every crowd away with their take on the band of the century. The Matt O'Ree Band takes their fans on a ride that hasn't been heard or seen at this level since the '70s, with Lex Lehman's smooth soulful bass, John Hummel's Bonham-esque drums, Dave Archer's dirty soul synths, Eryn and Layonne's angelic and gutsy lead and backing vocals, combined with Matt's blistering guitar, Matt and company have built a foundation that can hold up the biggest house on the block.

The Vogel presents Matt O'Ree Band Does Led Zeppelin