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Re: JBLZE and Heart last night

Here's the list of Zep songs:
Rock and Roll
Black Dog
Over the Hills and Far Away
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Houses of the Holy
Nobody's Fault But Mine
When The Levee Breaks
Whole Lotta Love
Heart with JBLZE:
Battle of Evermore (this one actually without JBLZE)
The Song Remains the Same
The Rain Song
The Immigrant Song
Stairway to Heaven

From: Tim Fricke <oldstyle5150@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Steven Babcock <steven1342@xxxxxxx> 
Cc: "zeppelin@xxxxxxxx" <zeppelin@xxxxxxxx> 
Sent: Sunday, July 28, 2013 12:20 PM
Subject: Re: JBLZE and Heart last night

What songs did Jason play with them?

On Jul 28, 2013, at 10:18 AM, Steven Babcock <steven1342@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> I saw Jason Bonham and Heart last night at Riverbend amphitheater in 
> Cincinnati.  It was a great night of Zeppelin music and perfect weather 
> conditions along the banks of the Ohio river.  JBLZE experience came on 
> around 7:30 and played for maybe an hour.  It seemed to go by way too fast.  
> I just wished they could have played more, but as the opening act, I 
> understand that their time was limited. For me the absolute standout song of 
> the set was When The Levee Breaks.  The slide guitar playing was fantastic 
> and they even brought out a harmonica player for that part of the song.  Not 
> sure who the harmonica player was but he looked like one of the guitar techs 
> I had seen working around the side of the stage (not sure about that).  Jason 
> really nailed the huge drum sound of that song!
> I never imagined I would attend a Heart concert (especially not in the year 
> 2013) but they really put on a rockin' show.  They ended their set with an 
> awesome version of Crazy on You.  Ann and Nancy's version of Battle of 
> Evermore was superb also.  Just the two of them out front with acoustic 
> guitar and mandolin.  Seeing Jason's band playing with Heart was incredible 
> and I imagine a tour like this will never happen again so I'm really glad I 
> had an opportunity to experience it.  
> Steve