Robert Plant is rumoured to sometimes sing notes only dogs can hear, while Jimmy Page’s shredding skills have inspired generations to pick up an axe and start practicing. Who better to pull off the ultimate tribute show to LED ZEPPELIN than an all-star line-up at The Good Luck Bar this November, featuring some of SA’s biggest Rock ’n Roll legends! Join them as they pay tribute to one of the greatest rock bands of all time. For one night only, some of SA’s finest will be adding their take to your Led Zeppelin favourites. Initiated by Jason Oosthuizen (Punk ’n Roll, Lost & Found, Van Coke Kartel), it has always been his dream to do a tribute to this legendary band. Growing up with a dad who played in rock bands, ZEPPELIN was always a favourite for him. He has always been hesitant doing a tribute due to it being one of the hardest bands to pull off musically and vocally. After months of throwing ideas around, he called up his desired line-up who were all up for the challenge in a second. Now, on 5 November – fans can see the ultimate line-up pay tribute to one of the greatest bands of all time! With that said, we had a chat with the legend, Jason Oosthuizen. Hi there, Jason. Thanks for chatting with us. How are you feeling about the Tribute Show? Quite nervous but confident all will be cool.There is clearly a reason why nobody has done this tribute a lot. What makes this event unique and special for you? Zeppelin has always been my go-to band and John Bonham plays a big role in how I play today.Their music is timeless and it’s not often you find a band where every member is in a league of their own. As a Led Zeppelin fan, which tracks are you keen on performing on the night? To be honest I must say every single one. Haha. I chose the songs for the show so they really are all my favourites. How did Led Zeppelin influence your musical journey? John Bonham is till today one hell of an Icon in the drumming scene and I don’t think that will ever change.The band is so diverse that everything about their music speaks volumes to me personally Why should people make a point of attending this great tribute show? Well, because it is a once off show with some of SA’s finest talents. Thanks for the chat. Be sure to catch these legends in action on 5 November.