'Led Zeppelin Played Here,' Part 1

May 09, 2019, 09:00 AM

We interview filmmaker Jeff Krulik after a screening of his documentary "Led Zeppelin Played Here" at Suns Cinema (a super-cool theater) in Washington DC. Jeff's film explores a bit of music folklore — some say that Led Zeppelin played a show to about 50 people at the Wheaton Youth Center in Maryland in January 1969. Yet there is no physical documentation of this concert. 

Jeff is also well-known for the short film "Heavy Metal Parking Lot," which you can find on YouTube. Watch it!

Another screening of "Led Zeppelin Played Here" will be held on May 24 at AFI Silver in Silver Spring MD. Info at afi.com/silver/

Learn more about "Led Zeppelin Played Here" at ledzeppelinplayedhere.com

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