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Quarter, The World's Premiere Tribute to Led Zeppelin
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Radio Ad Mat 2008
Many More Times
The Hills and Far Away
2008 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF THIS MONUMENTAL CONCERT, MOVIE ,AND
2008 IS ALSO THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF LED ZEPPELINS’ DEBUTE ALBUM.
TO COMMEMORATE THESE MONUMENTAL POINTS IN ROCK n ROLL HISTORY, THE ULTIMATE
TRIBUTE TO LED ZEPPELIN, No Quarter
IS ON TOUR, REPRODUCING THE MOVIE (with Professional Audio/Visual Show)
AND THE DEBUTE ALBUM AT EVERY SHOW THEY PLAY!
band utilizes authentic, exact replicas of Led Zeppelins 1968 attire
as the take the stage with the incredible debute Hits from "Good
Times/Bad Times" to "Your Time is Gonna Come".
prepare for a flashback to 1973 as the band changes into another set
of exact replica costuming to perform "The Song Remains The Same",
in it's entirety, with an extensive encore including an amazing acoustic
IF YOU WEREN’T AT MADISON SQUARE GARDENS IN
1973, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE THE GREATEST
LED ZEPPELIN SHOW IN HISTORY. IF YOU WERE
THERE, COME AND RELIVE THE MEMORIES.
IS THE ONE TRIBUTE CONCERT EVERY LED ZEPPELIN FAN WILL WANT TO SEE.
Crystal Ballroom is packed with nearly 800 people on a rainy
Friday night. The Portland news vans grasp to localize the tragic Rhode
Island club fire that occurred the previous night. The temperature outside
is in the thirties, but inside the body heat makes all but eh thinnest
vestments unnecessary. It’s Led Zeppelin – or rather, No
Quarter – at this huge historic concert hall.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference....
The Portland show, like all of No Quarter’s shows on this tour,
kicks off with “Rock & Roll,” the song combining Robert
Plant’s banshee wails and Jimmy Page’s frenetic guitar playing
that forever altered the stylistic bent of hard rock music, masterly
executed, since 1998, by Terry Mriglot and Brian Christiansen, respectively.
Mriglot clapped his hands, snapped his fingers and tossed his mike over
his shoulder with each gesture, communicating a supreme confidence unique
to this rock deity who once proclaimed “Valhalla, I’m coming
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a few hours, you could imagine you were in a London club, circa 1968,
rather than a casino down the street from a Chevy dealer. People in
the audience cheered the band and held up cigarette lighters, just like
at real rock concerts.No
Quarter is playing from Minnesota to Texas in coming months and is booked
for the annual Harley-Davidson rendezvous in Sturgis, S.D. next summer."
"Their 20 minute version of Dazed and Confused removed any doubt
about No Quarter’s ability to master Led Zeppelin tunes. After
a time it seemed as if No Quarter left the stage and Led Zeppelin was
there, reincarnated. I had to remind myself over and over again that
what I was seeing was not really Led Zeppelin, but a cover band, a carbon
copy of the original."
- The Challenge
99.1 The Bandit in EL Paso, for the 2nd time in six months, had the
pleasure of presenting "No Quarter" to our listeners in El
Paso. It's eerie...the look, the sound...the crowd reaction. These guys
are 5-star performers, they know what they re doing and give the audience
exactly what they came for. I was skeptical when I heard about this
at first...I am now a believer...and look forward to them returning
to the sun city."
- Tom Connely
99.1 The Bandit - El Paso, TX
Single best tribute band I have ever seen, period! I host afternoons
on KLIZ, 107.5 FM in Brainerd, MN (www.theloon.com) and had the opportunity
to intro the guys in 2003. We have them back next week for two nights
and I'll be hosting the stage again. Can't wait! I was given a copy
of their promo CD to use for commercials and believe me, it borders
-Kevin Key, KLIZ 107.5 FM, Brainerd, MN
If you close your eyes and listen, you swear it's the real thing...
The band had so
much energy that they took the crowd to the next level. They were really
love to see them again.
-Larry Sheperd - Club MCs - Green River, WY
Bring it on Home
Dazed and Confused
Good Times Bad Times
How Many More Times
Over the Hills and Far Away
The Rain Song
Rock and Roll
Since I've Been Lovin' You
The Song Remains the Same
Stairway to Heaven
Ten Years Gone
What Is and What Should Never Be
The Wonton Song
When the Levee Breaks
Whole Lotta Love