October 5, 2003 at 9:16 pm #46369
This should be a riot!
from J….Quote:This weekend I’m playin drums in Zep cover band Lard Zepplin with a 300 pound frontman. thursday at paradise front room boston and friday at Harrys in Northampton MA.
Lard Zepplin consists of the following :
J. Mascis is John Heavy Bottom
Ray Neades (aka Beefy Scott of Beefy/DC) will be Rotund Plant
Pete Cassani (of the Peasants) on guitar
Tony Goddess (of Papas Fritas) is on keyboards
Dave Hull is on bass
Friday, October 10th (Lard Zeppelin),
140 Pleasant Street
Thurs., October 9th
The Paradise Front Room
969 Commonwealth Ave.
You lucky so and so’s that will get to attend I hope wil post a review and maybe some pics!Quote:from the Peasants news page "In keeping with the Overweight Tribute Band Theme, J. Mascis (Dinosaur Jr) suggested we call it Lard Zeppelin."October 6, 2003 at 2:30 pm #96470
cool and interesting news, indeed! :aliensmile:
I wish I could one of those shows, but alas, too far away for me
hopefully we’ll see some reviews & pics here (…or even sounds?! )October 6, 2003 at 4:23 pm #96471
At last….a worthy successor to the mighty
[img]http://www.dreadzeppelin.com/gif/dz_heading_1.gif[/img]October 7, 2003 at 9:07 pm #96472
*Quote:Hey, My name is Ray. I’m the singer in Lard Zep. with J. Just wanted to ask if you could correct the name of the guy playing bass. It was gonna be Frank Padellaro, but he couldn’t make it ’cause of schedule problems. The guy taking his place is Dave Hull who toured in Buddy Miles’ band back in the day, also he played in the Joe Perry project and also more recently played for Pete Droge. Thanks -Ray Neades
I hope someone tapes this!
The initial post was updated as well to reflect the change
on a related note, some of you may remember this classic interview Ray did with the Fog 04.15.2001 – http://www.hootpage.com/hoot_fogintrvw010405.html”>http://www.hootpage.com/hoot_fogintrvw010405.htmlOctober 8, 2003 at 9:17 am #96473
oooh … j playing drums in a led zep cover band … sounds v.cool … wish i could be there too, but it’s a bit too far away for me as well … … hopefully j will play drums this side of the atlantic one day
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