J Mascis, The Zombies & more covered Led Zeppelin at Carnegie Hall (videos, setlist)
After the rehearsal show at City Winery (pics, review), Michael Dorf’s “The Music of Led Zeppelin” tribute went down at Carnegie Hall last night (3/7) (despite the snowy weather). It had J Mascis taking on “Tangerine,” The Zombies doing “Thank You,” Nicole Atkins doing “The Rain Song,” Bettye LaVette doing “All My Love,” Living Colour doing “Rock and Roll,” Matthew Sweet doing “Dancing Days,” Joseph Arthur doing “Ramble On,” Erika Wennerstrom (of Heartless Bastards) doing “When the Levee Breaks,” a group ensemble encore of “Good Times Bad Times” and much more. You can watch a bunch of videos from the show and see the full setlist, below. Unfortunately no video of J Mascis yet, but we’ve included a video of J from the rehearsal show, and we’ll update with one from Carnegie Hall if/when we find one.
Tonight was the best night I’ve ever had in my life. I got to sing “the Rain Song” at Carnegie Hall backed up by some of my best friends. I got a standing ovation and ran back to my dressing room to cry. That song is why I got into music in a way that’s now made it my whole world. Thank you @michaelcitywinery @shlomusic and all of the crew and incredible artists that made this night so special. I’m so grateful. Thank you Zeppelin for creating a badass world of sound to escape into. Thank you @robertplantofficial for making me aspire to something more magical as a singer. I also met Doc Pomus’s lovely daughter Sharon. His music means so much to me too. I don’t even know how I’m gonna get over tonight. Wow and thanks. Wow and thanks. ⚡️