QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT Perform LED ZEPPELIN Classic “Whole Lotta Love”
QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT performed the LED ZEPPELIN classic “Whole Lotta Love” from the band’s 1969 debut album during a concert in Dunedin, New Zealand this week. You can watch the fan footage below!
“They played five shows at the Lyceum Ballroom in London in October 1969, I was there with [Queen drummer Roger Taylor]. Seeing Led Zeppelin for us was kind of exquisite torture, really, because they were what we wanted to be already. And they totally nailed it. The only thing they didn’t nail, which was in our vision of what we wanted to be, was the harmony side, the melodic side, if you like — mainly the sort of layers of [vocal] harmonies and guitar harmonies. But all the energy, unbridled passion and uncompromising danger was there. We were enthralled and yet I think kind of insanely jealous.”
JOEY KRAMER Rejoins AEROSMITH On Stage
Drummer JOEY KRAMER made his long awaited return to AEROSMITH last night performing with the band in Las Vegas as part of their “Deuces Are Wild” Residency.
Up until this point JOEY KRAMER filed a lawsuit against AEROSMITH claiming that they were preventing him from returning and that they made him rehearse for to see if his playing was up to snuff. A judge threw out the lawsuit the weekend before AEROSMITH was set to perform at the GRAMMY’s.
As the band took to the stage at the MGM Park Theatre Singer Steven Tyler announced, “On the drums, Mr. Joey Kramer” which resulted in loud cheers from the audience. The band began the set with the song “Let the Music Do the Talking.” During the concert frontman STEVEN TYLER could be seen spending some time in front of JOEY KRAMER’s drum kit mouthing words to him. You can watch the performance of “Let the Music Do The Talking” below!
AEROSMITH Las Vegas residency goes until June 4, after which they hit Europe until September 17th.