Led Zeppelin. I used to hate this group. I didn't acquire a taste for them until I had been married to my wife for about nine years and I took her to see a Zeppelin tribute band. Led Zeppagain actually put on a pretty good show, and we've seen them at various gigs up and down the California coast eight times in the last six years. Anybody else here see tribute bands? Some are actually pretty good, where I live is a pretty tribute band-rich environment, all kinds. We've caught shows by Led Zep, ZZ Top, Heart, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Van Halen, and Queen (all tribute bands), and the only one I didn't like was Heart. Usually the cost is free when they can be seen at an event like a Faire or Beach Fest, but at a venue it can cost as much as $15 per person. The last time I took my wife to a real concert by an original band, a pair of tickets stage level in the Loge section at the Staples Center in LA set me back $220 including fees for the two of us. Tribute bands are a hell of a deal if you want to catch a good show on the cheap.