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A Tribute to Led Zeppelin & Elvis Presley with Kevin Oliver Jones & Mike Eder

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Being a multi-instrumentalist playing Guitar, Keyboards, Bass, Drums, Mandolin, Sax, Harmonica, Trombone and of course bass pedals Kevin Oliver Jones jumped at the opportunity to join Hats Off To Led Zeppelin and flit between the instruments as John Paul Jones, one of Kevin’s favorite musicians 

You’ll feel like you’ve traveled back in time when you experience these four top class musicians recreating Led Zeppelin’s magical concerts. As well as being winners at the National Tribute Awards 2013 and the only UK tribute act officially endorsed by Marshall amplifiers they are proud to be co-managed by Warren Grant, the son of legendary Led Zeppelin manager, Peter Grant, who said after seeing them live: 'You guys really did the band justice!'

Mike Eder is a writer and vinyl record aficionado, specializing in the music of the fifties, sixties, and seventies. His work has led to reviews and interviews for newspapers such as the Washington Post and websites such as Examiner.com. An Elvis fan since age six, he has written for over a dozen Presley publications. Other subjects Eder has covered include the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the First Edition and the Three Stooges. Most recently, he has been contributing to Erik Lorentzen's seminal series of books and magazines, the Elvis Files. He and his wife, Debra, live in Naperville, Illinois.

 Why is Elvis Presley's body of recorded work still so relevant nearly 60 years after he began recording? Elvis Music FAQ is for anyone who has been inspired by an Elvis Presley record. One might say that the only truths about Elvis Presley can be found in the grooves of his records, where his natural talent and passion for music comes through always. 

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