On Dec. 10, 2007, the surviving members of Led Zeppelin reunited to pay tribute to legendary record executive Ahmet Ertegun at London's 02 Arena. With Jason Bonham filling in for his late father, John Bonham, on drums, demand for tickets was unprecedented (the Guinness World Records would later proclaim the "Highest Demand for Tickets for One Music Concert" with 20 million online requests) fueling speculation a world tour would follow.
That reunion tour never happened. But at least one band is attempting to keep the Zeppelin legacy alive in a concert setting. Led Zepagain has been performing their tribute for 20 years and has weathered numerous line-up changes, but the songs remain the same. On Aug. 10, they'll play one of their biggest hometown gigs to date when they headline the Starlight Bowl with fellow tribute act Queen Nation opening.
The show will be especially sweet for drummer Jim Kersey, who's been a member of Led Zepagain for a dozen years. In 1988, he and his wife moved to Burbank from Boston, where they settled down and raised their two now-grown children.