El Paso Symphony Orchestra to Perform Music of Led Zeppelin with Full Rock Band
Led Zeppelin is getting the classical music treatment from the El Paso Symphony Orchestra.
Fans of the legendary band's music can “Ramble On” to the Plaza Theatre on the last Friday of February and “Rock and Roll” to The Music of Led Zeppelin.
This will be the second time the El Paso Symphony Orchestra has covered the music of Zeppelin. The first was 10 years ago in 2013.
Over the years they've also performed the music of the Beatles, Eagles, Prince, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Queen, and Selena alongside some of the country's leading tribute singers and guest conductors.
The Music of Led Zeppelin
EPSO will perform 18 tunes from Zeppelin’s extensive catalog accompanied by a full rock band and Zebra lead singer Randy Jackson, who, f.y.i., can still wail and hit those notes in that falsetto rock fans know and love.
The event post promises a riff for riff 2-hour concert with a setlist that includes the band's best-known songs like Kashmir, Black Dog, Immigrant Song, All of My Love, and Stairway to Heaven.
All that and a full light show. It sounds like a fun night and a great show. And, hey, it's not every day you get to see El Pasoans wave their lit up cellphones to Stairway to Heaven at a symphony concert.
What to Know If You Plan to Rock and Roll
• February 24
• 8 p.m. Plaza Theatre
• $45 – $80