Barak Seguin as Robert Plant
Vocals, Blues Harp
Barak Seguin has been performing in original and tribute bands since 2010 and has become one of the most recognizable frontmen in Texas. Equally at ease singing Robert Plant, Jim Morrison, or Eddie Vedder, Barak 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.
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.
Tom White as John Bonham
Tom White began drumming at the age of eleven in much the same way as so many others – banging on pot, pans, ottomans and such. Was a band weenie from the 4th grade through junior high. By high school though, he was too cool for formal instruction and was learning more about drumming by playing along to Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Who records anyway.
Mike Noce as John Paul Jones
Mike Noce is a classically trained, multi-instrumentalist performing both bass and keyboards in the role of John Paul Jones. Mike has been playing in Dallas bands since he was in high school. Bass aside, Mike considers John Paul Jones one of the most influential keyboard players in rock and roll along with Richard Wright, Jon Lord, Ray Manzarek, Keith Emerson, Rick Wakeman as well as multi-instrumentalists like Tom Scholtz and Steve Walsh (to name a few). Mike strives to emulate Jones’ musicianship, style and groove on the bass and keyboards.