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Friday, February 28


Fox and the Law

7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show

All ages welcome

$10 advance, $15 day of show


Are You Ready for the Experience??

See what critics and fans are calling "A Must See!," "Amazing!" and  "The  Best Led Zeppelin Tribute!!"

Come take a ride on the cosmic energy super highway and hear the slamming sounds of the Hammer of the Gods!

"The Led Zeppelin Experience " have been amazing audiences around the world for over 15 years!  With a following of hundreds of thousands of fans, they have become one of the most popular and highly respected Tribute Bands in the world!

Rolling Stone Magazine, countless Radio Stations and Press have mentioned them, even John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin bassist, keyboardist) have personally approved of this band. Their dedication and devotion to every detail Led Zeppelin did, brings fans on an Awesomely Authentic ride back to Zeppelin in their Prime!

Now, with the band beginning to play arenas, get your chance to see these Rock Legends in the making in a venue this size before it's too late!

If you saw Led Zeppelin before,  or never saw them at all.....This is the only way you can see them NOW!


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Fox and the Law

While Seattle has historically birthed raw, guitar-driven strains of rock-the garage rock of the ‘60s, the psychedelic guitar strains of artists like Jimi Hendrix and the later flannel-laden grunge movement-the Jet City's rock output has recently tended towards wispy, subdued shoe-gazing. So it's something of a relief to see a motley group of four mount The Crocodile's stage on a September night (Guy Keltner, Ryan Granger, Patrick Dougherty, and Dan O'Neil as Fox and The Law) and shimmy through a set of raw, wall-of-sound, romp ‘n stomp rock. Guy saunters and jumps about the stage as if he's channeling Pete Townshend, strumming his guitar with such intensity that it seems the strings will break. Patrick (bass) and Ryan (guitar) mirror his licks through ever-progressing, dirty chord changes as Dan anchors in a percussive cacophony.

Fox and The Law are reminiscent of the New York no wave movement frontmen Teenage Jesus and The Jerks and Richard Hell and the Voidoids, or even Tennessee's Be Your Own Pet. Catching a wave on a riptide of chord progressions and surfing a cavalcade of staggered time measures, the band is Seattle's next best export.