Joe Retta

Joe Retta

Vocals & Harmonica

Joe Retta is a powerhouse singer with numerous credits in his career.  His powerful vocals can easily nail the prime Robert Plant on the early recordings. Current and previous credits; Greg Golden Band, Gary Hoey, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Greg Roley, Heaven and Earth, The Sweet, Trans Siberian Orchestra, Dio’s Disciples & Queen Nation.

Lenny Mann

Lenny Mann

Guitars, Theremin

Originally from Boston, Lenny is a veteran of several professional touring bands and has done various recording projects. A self-proclaimed perfectionist, he has cultivated the playing style and stage antics of his mentor Jimmy Page. This includes the trademark Jimmy Page bow and Theremin solos and utilizing the original Gibson Les Paul and double neck guitars.

Darryl Johnson

Darryl Johnson

Drums, Tympani

Playing in the spirit of John Henry Bonham, is Darryl Johnson (Our Bonzo). A self-taught drummer raised on all musical styles, especially free form improvisation. Darryl considers himself a new student to the John Bonham college of music and enjoys the creative challenge to play in the spirit of J.H.B.

Mark Ludmer

Mark Ludmer

Bass, Keyboards, Mandolin

Mark Ludmer is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist concert performer who delivers that trademark Jonesy look, feel, and chops all while driving home the solid grooving rock glue for Led Zepplica. Mark has toured and recorded extensively with both tribute and original bands in his career. He is also well known for his audio recording, video production, and touring skills throughout the industry.

Photo credit: Bryan D Seltzer

About

Led Zepplica has been performing as an entity since 1989 locally, nationally and internationally. They have developed a reputation for being the next best thing to seeing a live Led Zeppelin mid 1970’s performance. Since that is an impossibility, Led Zepplica has evolved to being the best performing Led Zeppelin tribute band here in the United States and beyond. Their shows are charged with such emotion and realism, that people who attend these performances often forget that they are seeing a simulation.

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