Dopapod recently held their penultimate concert before taking 2018 off at Fête Music Hall in Providence, Rhode Island. The December 30 performance featured a bust out offering of a medley of Led Zeppelin songs.
Dopapod had last played their medley of Zeppelin classics four and a half years ago as per videographer mk devo. The band rolled through segments of LZ favorites, sequencing together “Kashmir,” “Black Dog,” “Good Times Bad Times,” “Immigrant Song,” “Heartbreaker,” “Houses of the Holy,” “Stairway to Heaven,” “Moby Dick,” “The Ocean,” “How Many More Times,” “Heartbreaker” and “Immigrant Song.”
Check out mk devo’s 4K multi-cam video footage of Dopapod breaking out their Led Zeppelin medley below:
Setlist (via Dopapod PT)
Set One: Trickery, Nerds> Picture in Picture, Psycho Nature, Starfish, Led Zeppelin Medley, Freight Train Filled With Dynamite
Set Two: Turnin’ Knobs> Black and White, Nuggy Jawson, French Bowling> Onionhead, Flipped, Roid Rage, Bats in the Cave> New James> Bahbi
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