Kashmir to perform at Newton Theatre


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Kashmir, The Live Led Zeppelin Show, was created by vocalist Jean Violet back in 2000. It has grown from the streets of New York City to one of the top Led Zeppelin Tribute bands touring nationally and internationally. Kashmir’s primary focus is capturing the live performance and raw energy of a Led Zeppelin show.

Time and time again audience members who meet and greet with Kashmir after a show tell them how they felt as if they went back in time to a Led Zeppelin concert that they attended or how younger members of the audience will tell the band how it was the closest experience that they will ever get to a Live Led Zeppelin performance.

Yes, the singer looks and sounds a lot like Robert Plant and the band shares the authenticity, appearance, and sound of the great Led Zeppelin, but more importantly the band wants to share the energy and the experience that Led Zeppelin created while on tour. The band calls it “The Zone” and they want everyone to share that same electromagnetic experience after leaving a Kashmir show like so many fans did in the past while watching the great Led Zeppelin on stage.

Kashmir performs Saturday, March 23 at 8 p.m. at The Newton Theatre, 234 Spring Street in Newton. Tickets start at $29 and are available for purchase at The Newton Theatre box office, online at www.TheNewtonTheatre.com, or by calling 973-940-NEWT.



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