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Zoso frontman Matt Jernigan channels Robert Plant tonight at the band's Led Zeppelin tribute show, which opens the Rockin' on the River summer concert series. Jernigan founded the California quartet in 1995 — 15 years after the original band's break-up following the death of drummer John Bonham. Zoso deftly re-creates Zep's act, right down to Bonham's Ludwig drum kit and the double-necked Gibson guitar that Jimmy Page made famous. The band's 40-song repertoire includes everything from "Good Times Bad Times" to "Stairway to Heaven." Says Jernigan: "Those guys wrote songs that have a lot of meaning to them."
Fri., May 26, 9:15 p.m.

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