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Taking that attention to detail to the extreme, we like to occasionally dedicate a performance to historic performances from Led Zeppelin's history. Primarily, each year we like to tackle the shows from Royal Albert Hall in 1970, The BBC Sessions from 1971 and How The West Was Won from the Los Angeles and Long Beach performances in 1972. We play the New York 1973 shows that were famously released as The Song Remains The Same soundtrack and film. We also perform the 1975 Earl's Court shows, as well as the 1979 shows at Knebworth. These shows include the authentic instruments, as well as instrumentation that the band performed. It is our goal to recreate the shows as accurately and faithfully as possible (although you may still hear songs post-1972 with their original vocal melodies like 'Rock And Roll'. We figure if Robert Plant were still able to hit those notes, he would have been doing so at those performances). The band also dresses in accurate outfits to those performances as well. If you've ever wanted to see any of those shows live in person, Led Zepagain will do our very best to fill that void.