Average: 4.9 (102 votes)

April 20, 1977

Cincinnati, OH US

Riverfront Coliseum


The Song Remains The Same, (The Rover intro) Sick Again, Nobody's Fault But Mine, In My Time of Dying, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore, Going to California, Black Country Woman, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, (Out On the Tiles intro) Moby Dick, Jimmy Page solo, Achilles Last Stand, Stairway to Heaven, Rock and Roll, Trampled Underfoot.


77 programme

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News report: Zeppelin fans cause 2nd Cincy riot
For the second time in three days police had to battle fans of the British rock group "Led Zeppelin," but police doubled their manpower and kept trouble at a minimum here yesterday.

An 18-year-old Dayton fan plunged 20 feet to a concrete ramp while trying to scale a wall, police said. Stanley Blair was reported in fair condition at Cincinnati hospital. Asst City Manager Henry Sandman told the Cincinnati City Council that 80 police officers, paid for by the Cincinnati Coliseum, will be used hereafter to prevent outbreaks of trouble. (The Telegram, April 21, 1977)

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The Mighty Zep!

I am glad I found this web-site, and read your article. I didn't "discover" Led until 1985, and when I got hooked, it was hook, line and sinker! When I got into 80's hard-rock and loved it, I liked Motley Crue, Wasp, and Whitesnake. also Van-Halen, and Kiss. I knew something was lacking. I dug deeper, found Deep-purple, still wasn't "it". Found Aerosmith, nice comeback, great band, still looking for more! To me, i was still looking for someone to fill that void after Elvis and the Beatles. When I found Zep, to me, they are Elvis and The Beatles in one awesome hard-rocking package! I am too young to have ever seen them live. I was born Dec, 8 1968. Pretty much when Zep was born. I saw P/P in Philly/2nd show 1995, and P/P in Portland Or. 1998. My journey w/ Zep started w/ TSRTS soundtrack. then IV, I and II and III, and the rest followed. Physical graffiti killed me, and Presence had Achilles, and Nobody's Fault. Once I wore out all the studio stuff, and TSRTS soundtrack and Video, and read Hammer of the Gods several times, I finally found Bootlegs. I don't listen to studio Zep anymore even though most of it is "inpeccable", and I won't watch or listen to TSRTS. I only watch or listen to Boots. The 2 most Awesome concerts I watched in my days were Whitesnake,87 and 88, and Guns and Roses 1990? Right before Use your Illusions came out. I was in Germany in the ARMY. Outdoors at some Airfield, W/ over 70,000 people in attendance. And we were close to the stage! I have seen Van-Halen video's, Rush video's, Black Sabbath video's, Ozzy live, and NOTHING touches LED ZEPPELIN! They have the most awesome catalog of music(timeless), There shows were awesome even when they were bad, and the "Best one's" can't be touched by any other band! And nobody could ever improvise like them. I guess that's why there is such a demand for their bootlegs. Every "era" has something so completely different and awe-inspiring about them. in my opinion TSRTS didn't represent Led Zeppelin very well at all. Seeing and hearing all of these wonderful boots and video's/DVD's, previous and subsequent to TSRTS really show what Zep was all about! This may have seemed "lengthy" or "obsessive", but I don't have anybody to talk to about this stuff. Just my bootleg source, and people on this web-site! My wife loves country(Garth Brooks), and my daughters 11, 9, and 2 aren't impressed! Hope to hear back from you!