Zepparella, Cheatin’ Buzzies to heat up stage at killer show
What a combo: Zepparella and The Cheatin’ Buzzies. Together they will produce “A Night of High Energy Rock!” at Miners Foundry in Nevada City on Friday, June 29.
One thing to know, though, Zepparella is not a tribute band. No dressing to look like Led Zeppelin or backing tracks, says producer Mikail Graham, who considers the music Led Zeppelin created “some of the greatest music ever written.” Instead, band members celebrate the music by playing these classic rock songs with passion and grace, thus sharing the beauty and power of Led Zeppelin with their audiences their way.
“In each performance,” Graham says, “you’ll see not only their ability to recreate the sound and dynamics of this great music, but also their connectedness and individual musical characters shining through.”
Apparently, the women themselves are as interesting as the music they play. It doesn’t hurt, either, that they are super attractive. Check them out at http://www.myspace.com and click on zepparella and on thehouseofmore.
A band for many tastes, The Cheatin’ Buzzies blend rock, punk, alternative and country to get fans rockin’. The band recently wrapped up production on its self-titled LP – independently recorded and mixed in Nevada City and released in May.
Nevada City Music Events is putting on this show, and you know what a good a job this organization does, including offering lots of good stuff to eat and drink.
KNOW & GO
WHAT: A Night Of High Energy Rock!
WHEN: Friday, June 29, at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Miners Foundry, 325 Spring St., Nevada City
ADMISSION: Advance tickets for $15 general and $10 under 20 and over 65 may be purchased at the Foundry on week days or call (530) 265-5040; $18 general at the door. Children under 5 are admitted for free.
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