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No Quarter – Milwaukee’s Led Zeppelin Tribute
No Quarter – Milwaukee’s Led Zeppelin Tribute
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Date/Time
Saturday, March 9th, 2013
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location
Shank Hall

Formed in 2002, Milwaukee’s No Quarter has been trampling underfoot crowds all over Wisconsin with pinpoint recreations of the music of Led Zeppelin. The band covers all areas of Zep’s music including many songs rarley featured on radio and songs that were seldom or never played live. The band specializes in recreating specific dates of live shows that Zep performed as well as sets that feature the exact running of complete albums which helps to keep each show different. No Quarter captures the power of Led Zeppelin while retaining the subtle nuances that helped make the band one of the greatest of all time.

Tickets on sale now for $10 advance $12 door at the Shank Hall box office, ticketweb.com or by phone at 866-468-3401.

All shows 21+. Plenty of street parking available. Go to shankhall.com for more info

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