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“It’s live, it’s electric, and it brings back a time when bands didn’t break on the radio, but on the road. That’s the greatest tribute to Plant, Page, Jones and Bonham.”


New York, NY (May 30, 2019)—The 60s and 70s were a time like none other for music, giving birth to incredible bands that changed the course of Rock ‘N’ Roll history… The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Jimi Hendrix Experience and, of course, Led Zeppelin.

Led Zeppelin’s blend of heavy rock elements, blues, bluegrass, folk, and psychedelia, along with their unique image and mystique, skyrocketed them to international stardom. 50 years later, their music continues to garner new fans long after they broke up.

No Quarter, hailing from Tacoma, WA, keeps the Led Zeppelin legacy alive, bringing that iconic time in music back to the stage for fans who loved them and those who missed out. This summer, the band will keep the train rollin’ with tour dates across the US, including stops in Chicago, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, and Portland.

“The sonic and visual resemblance is downright diabolical.”

Orlando Weekly

Taking their name from the haunting 7-minute “No Quarter” from Led Zeppelin’s fifth album Houses Of The Holy (1973), No Quarter has been honing their craft for 15 years, selling out shows nationally and internationally. Studying vintage performances and the celebrated concert film The Song Remains The Same frame-by-frame, the members of No Quarter pull out all the stops, and include the classic, groundbreaking moments that make Led Zeppelin’s live shows notorious. Jimmy Page’s double-neck guitar and use of a violin bow, the Theremin, “Bonzo” Bonham’s riotous drum solos…It’s all there.

“No Quarter looked and sounded close to the real thing”

-Goldmine Magazine recently described Bryan Christiansen – founder and “Jimmy Page” of the group – as “a believer, and rock and roll needs all the believers it can get to keep the music alive.”

“It’s great to be back touring in the United States,” says Christiansen. “Looking forward to meeting all the Led Zeppelin fans across the country.”

Get a taste of No Quarter’s live show here: Immigrant Song.

No Quarter is:

Bryan Christiansen (Jimmy Page tribute musician – guitar)

Michael Anderson (Robert Plant tribute musician – vocals)

Nathan Carroll (John Bonham tribute musician – drums)

Robin Locksley (John Paul Jones tribute musician – bass)

2019 Tour Dates Thus Far:

Friday, 5/31 – Chicago, IL – Hard Rock Café

Saturday, 6/1 – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Ballroom

Friday, 6/7 – Toledo, OH – Civic Music Center

Thursday, 6/13 – Buffalo, NY – Buffalo Iron Works

Friday, 6/14 – Pittsburgh, PA – Hard Rock Pittsburgh

Saturday, 6/15 – Watseka, IL – Watseka Theatre

Thursday, 6/18 – Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theatre

Wednesday, 6/19 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Metro Music Hall

Friday, 6/21 – Boise, ID – Bogusfest

Saturday, 7/13 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue

Friday, 7/19 – West Kingston, RI – Courthouse Theatre

Saturday, 7/20 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground

Thursday, 7/25 – Middletown, NY – Orange County Fairgrounds

Saturday, 8/10 – Hobart, IN – Arts Theatre

Friday, 8/23 – Bremerton, WA – Admiral Theatre

Saturday, 8/24 – Sun Peaks, BC – Retro Concert Weekend

Thursday, 9/5 – Roanoke, VA – 5 Points Music Sanctuary

Friday, 9/6 – Woodstock, GA – MadLife Stage and Studio

Saturday, 9/7 – Woodstock, GA – MadLife Stage and Studio

Friday, 9/13 – Taunton, MA – District Center For The Arts

Saturday, 9/14 – Rochester, NY – Anthology Live

Saturday, 9/21 – Portland, OR – Aladdin Theatre

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