The Steve Cooke
unledded Zeppelin experience

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It took 14 years…

for Jimmy Page and Robert Plant to reunite and play Led Zeppelin’s music again after the death of their drummer John Bonham in 1980.

With a stripped-down band and orchestral ensemble, they hit the road with their unleaded symphonic world tour entitled No Quarter and performed sold-out concerts to an eager global audience.

Steve Cooke's tribute to Page and Plant brings together the magic and sophistication of blending rock with classical music as compellingly as the original Page Plant concerts.

Cooke bears a striking resemblance to Plant, and the visual experience is brought home by his uncanny ability to match Plant’s powerful vocals.

The concert delivers an intimate, powerful acoustic and electric rock and chamber music quality. The show consists of songs from the No Quarter tour, including The Rain Song, Thank You, Since I’ve Been Loving You, Gallows Pole, and, of course, No Quarter, to name a few selections from their set list.

“Musician Steve Cooke portrays Led Zeppelins lead singer Robert Plant. Like him he has cascading blonde locks and a voice to match.” Melanie Ray, BBC Radio | England.

Steve Cooke performing "Thank You"

Steve Cooke performing "The Rain Song"

 
 
 
 

Steve performing "Stairway to Heaven"