. This month, Led Zeppelin.
Call it a concert with a grittier sound.
The White Light Singer Songwriter Series—created by Rockland musician Dylan Kelehan, and held in 's Carnegie Room—continues this Friday night.
The evening will feature a tribute to '60s and '70s English rockers Led Zeppelin, who pioneered a genre of hard rock, blues and folk.
Fans haven't had a chance to see the original group live since the death of their drummer, John Bonham, in 1980.
"So, we are going to deliver the next best thing," said Kelehan, who operates Dylan's School of Music in Airmont, and plays in each tribute. In the past, Kelehan has saluted The Beatles and The Doors.
"We have some of the areas most amazing and talented musicians planning on delivering a rock show that will never be forgotten," Kelehan added.
When: Friday, May 25 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Where: Nyack Library's Carnegie Room, 59 South Broadway, Nyack
Tickets: Buy tickets here.
Dylan Kelehan - Vocals and Bass Guitar
Seth Moutal - Drums
Andy Rock - Guitar
Will Burgaleta - Keys
Special Guests: Christian Evans, Kevin Lacy, Maryn Azoff, audience members