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Moby Dick has a simple goal: to do justice to some of the most influential, challenging and generally kick ass songs in the history of hard rock... In short, to pay tribute to the legacy of the World's Greatest Rock Band, Led Zeppelin.
Moby Dick's live show draws inspiration primarily from the classic 1973 "Song Remains The Same" Madison Square Garden footage, capturing the look and sound of Zep at their prime. The set list spans the group's entire discography however, from the early bluesy rock of "Good Times Bad Times" & "Heartbreaker" to later more adventurous tracks like "Nobody's Fault But Mine" & "Kashmir". Powerhouses like "Whole Lotta Love" & "Black Dog" are interspersed with the more nuanced "Ramble On", "Over The Hills And Far Away" & "Stairway To Heaven". Be it 45 minutes or 4 hours, a Moby Dick performance has something for just about everyone, unless they don't like Zep of course...
Founded in 2001 by guitarist Mikey Baker, Moby Dick has been playing these past ten years throughout the Southwest (and venturing as far afield as Brooklyn at one point!). Vocalist Andrew Primm joined the band in 2006, and the band recorded the EP "Historically Inaccurate" the following year. Andrew and Mikey are joined by Micah Chappell (Drums).