After all flights out of New York were cancelled last night, the band had to jump over to Kansas City, only to catch a 5 a.m. to Milwaukee, where 75% of Lez is now holed up in wait for 7 hours for the daily “puddle jumper” to Michigan’s Upper Penninsula. Note the clever makeshift bed at the Milwaukee Airport VIP lounge using two chairs and a guitar case for a blanket. Might have to patent that one.
LEZ ZEPPELIN is featured in the February 2011 issue of GUITAR WORLD. Check out the story here, or better yet, pick up a copy, 'cause once you're done reading about LZ there's a cool tab on how to play Black Sabbath's War Pigs. If you trust those sorts of things...
New York 2010...
Lez Zeppelin wearin' & tearin'...
You go, dragon lady.
Live at the Gramercy Theater in New York on February 10, 2010...
Legend has it that ‘round 1930 or so, Robert Johnson was traveling up through Mississippi, whistling the “Traveling Riverside Blues” and he came upon The Crossroads, where the devil and his hairless dog were sitting on a bench, waitin’ on him. The dog started a-howlin’ with such a soulful sound – the sound of the Delta Blues – that Johnson was awestruck and said, “I want some of that!” The devil then snickered in his appropriately carnal baritone,
We can hardly believe our luck at how warm it is only a hop, skip and a jump from Russia. After a rowdy, early morning chat with Glenner at the classic rock station, KXLR, we head over to the U.S.
LEZ ZEPPELIN arrived late last night in Fairbanks, Alaska, wrapped in layers of jackets, scarves, furry boots and guitars, ready for snow drifts as high as our knees and a sub zero refrigeration that we heard would turn the marrow in our bones into a congealed and icy alchemy of fluids. Exhausted, after a 10-hour trek from Denver, (65 degrees and sunny, thank you very much), where we played two shows in a row that averaged 2.5 hours of non-stop Zeppelin, we pushed through the doors of the Alaska Air terminal and braced ourselves. Albeit, to our shock and delight, we were greeted
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