David Roberts as Robert Plant
Vocals, Blues Harp
David Roberts has been performing in original and tribute bands for many years and has become one of the most recognizable frontmen in Texas. Equally at ease singing Robert Plant, David Coverdale, or Sammy Hagar, David has proven to be a versatile vocalist with great command of the stage and the audience. Performing as Robert Plant, he brings the energy, the voice, and the look required to transport audiences back to Zeppelin's glory days. David is also the lead vocalist for Whitecross led by longtime guitarist Rex Carroll.
Chris Manning as Jimmy Page
Chris Manning has been performing as Jimmy Page in Led Zeppelin tribute bands since 2011 and continues to perfect his technique and tone while having an attention to detail that is evident in everything he does. Chris has been featured in Guitar Player magazine, has performed throughout Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, and Louisiana, and has shared stages with Drowning Pool, George Lynch and Lynch Mob, Michael Schenker, Yngwie Malmsteen, Dokken, and Stephen Pearcy (Ratt). Skilled in a variety of guitar techniques, Chris performs the riffs of Jimmy Page with feel, intensity, and accuracy
while reproducing Page's studio sound in a live setting.
Rick Read as John Paul Jones
Rick Read has been performing, writing and recording for many years in the DFW area. Rick is a versatile multi-instrumentalist and able to fit into any genre that is thrown at him performing on bass, keyboards, Chapman Stick and mandolin. Being a lifelong Zeppelin fan he brings John Paul Jones' bass and keyboard lines to life in The Zeppelin Project. His dedication to his craft is evident in everything he does whether it's live perfomances, songwriting, or recording work.
Chris Cruz Irpino as John Bonham
Chris "Cruz" Irpino was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, where Papa Joe Irpino was also a drummer and had a high appreciation for Big Band greats such as Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa. By the ripe age of 10, Chris knew he was destined to play drums and percussion, beginning with school concert bands. As a professionally trained musician, his love of jazz, blues, classic and progressive rock music was heavily influenced by such talents as John Bonham, Phil Collins, Stewart Copeland, Steve Smith, Billy Cobham, Steve Gadd and Todd Sucherman. These musicians instilled Chris’ foundations for his diverse music styling enabling him to cover all the intricacies of Bonham.