Today marks a special anniversary for Led Zeppelin tribute act Bustle In Your Hedgerow as the band was joined by The Roots drummer Questlove at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City on August 11, 2011 for a pair of songs.
Questlove was on hand to follow Bustle’s performance with a Bowl Train DJ set. The drummer emerged at the end of BIYH’s second set to add to “The Wanton Song” and “Trampled Underfoot,” while Joe Russo moved to a second drum kit. Earlier in the night Bustle had played such Led Zeppelin tunes as “The Ocean,” “Fool In The Rain,” “Dazed & Confused” and “Moby Dick.” Taper Scott Bernstein (no relation) was on hand to capture audio of the action:
Watch fan-shot footage of Questo’s guest spot captured by ilikebeers:
[Originally Published: August 11, 2016]
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