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Brooklyn Bowl celebrated Scott Metzger’s birthday by sharing pro-shot video of Bustle In Your Hedgerow’s “Dazed & Confused” from their recent show at the venue.
Led Zeppelin tribute act Bustle In Your Hedgerow played their first full show of 2018 on Saturday night at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City.
Led Zeppelin tribute act Bustle In Your Hedgerow confirmed their first headlining show of 2018.
Watch video of Bustle In Your Hedgerow’s performances at the recent ‘The Music Of Led Zeppelin’ tribute concert at Carnegie Hall both as a quartet and backing Nicole Atkins.
Watch/listen as Questlove joins Led Zeppelin tribute act Bustle In Your Hedgerow for a pair of songs six years ago today at Brooklyn Bowl.
Listen to a rare 2016 Bustle In Your Hedgerow show, which took place on Joe Russo’s 40th birthday this past Sunday.
About Bustle In Your Hedgerow
Bustle in your Hedgerow – a lyric pulled from the Led Zeppelin epic “Stairway to Heaven”, puts on sporadic shows showcasing only Zep tunes. But don’t call them a tribute band. Joe Russo, Marco Benevento, Dave Dreiwitz, and Scott Metzger channel Led Zeppelin’s songs with such passion and energy, you would swear they are their own songs.
Watch Billy Strings join Tyler Childers on a cover of The Charlie Daniels Band’s “Trudy” last night at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
Tedeschi Trucks Band, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, moe., Rebelution and more are part of the Great South Bay Music Festival 2020 lineup.
moe. concluded a two-night stand in Atlantic City with a show featuring a debut cover of a location-appropriate Bruce Springsteen classic.
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio made a surprise appearance sitting-in with Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds in Mexico.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band started their second night at Washington D.C.’s Warner Theatre with a tribute to Kofi Burbridge, who died one year earlier, on Saturday night.