On Robert Plant’s 69th birthday, over three dozen local musicians paid tribute to the music of Led Zeppelin. It was beautiful weather for a wonderful display of talent and energy. I was thrilled to be a part of it. Thank you to Jaimie DeJesus of ALEO Productions for curating and organizing such a great event!
Here are a few pics captured by Chris Capaci of Capacity Images. And below that, our performance of “Hey, Hey What Can I Do” with James Calleo on lead vocals and yours truly on drums. If the embedded video doesn’t appear below, click here to watch it on YouTube.
On none other than Robert Plant’s 69th Birthday, I will be part of a group of over 30 local musicians celebrating the music of Led Zeppelin. Organized by Jaime De Jesus of ALEO Music, this event will be a great cap to your summer weekend. As the sun sets, watch us play in front of the New York City skyline in Hoboken’s Frank Sinatra Park. 6pm. Free for all ages. I’ll be playing drums on Four Sticks and Hey, Hey, What Can I Do?
Can’t wait! Hope you can join us.
Sunday, August 20th The Led Zeppelin Engagement
Frank Sinatra Park (on the Waterfront)
Hoboken, NJ 07030
I’m excited to be playing as a new venue on Friday. Join me from 10-midnight on August 11th in Jersey City Heights at The Hutton. The food looks delicious, so plan to get there a little early and then let me entertain you! Joining me on electric guitar is none other than Ty Tuschen. We have an eclectic mix of originals and covers for your enjoyment.
Friday, August 11th Josh Bicknell with Ty Tuschen The Hutton
225 Hutton Street
Jersey City, NJ 07307
It was a fantastic event at Maxwell’s Tavern in Hoboken, NJ, beginning with spoken word and moving into music. The energy was high and all six members of the Toll Collectors were there. A rarity for this band! We had a blast delivering an all-original setlist. Thank you to everyone who attended!
This was my perspective from the drum seat.
The band is all here!
An all-original song setlist.
Next show is coming up on Friday, August 4th at Maxfield’s in Boonton, NJ! Can’t wait!
UPDATE: We are officially rescheduling the show due to bad weather expected to touch down at any moment. The show will now take place on August 20th, 6-8pm. Same beautiful location.
Last summer, we paid tribute to David Bowie. Tonight, July 13th at 7pm, we celebrate Led Zeppelin. Over three dozen musicians will play on the waterfront in Hoboken. The sun will be setting to our west and New York City will be lighting up behind us in the east. I’ll be playing drums on “Four Sticks” and “Hey, Hey What Can I Do.”
The Led Zeppelin Engagment.
Thursday, July 13th. 7pm. Frank Sinatra Park, Hoboken, NJ. Here’s a nice feature in Hoboken’s hMAG about the event.