Combining unlikely musical elements has resulted in some of the world's greatest songs, from the sitar-tinged rock of "Paint It Black" to the scatting periscope in "Yellow Submarine." Rock out to teamwork with today's GrouponLive deal to see Orchestral Zeppelin at The Danforth Music Hall Theatre. For $22, you get one ticket for balcony seating on Saturday, March 3, at 8 p.m. (a $44.75 value, including all Ticketmaster fees).
Orchestral Zeppelin unleashes a full serving of symphonic Led, fusing eminent rock 'n' roll anthems such as "Immigrant Song" and "Stairway to Heaven" with the sophisticated measures of a 20-piece orchestra. Head-bangers and classical backers alike ally behind the unified banner strung from ear-to-ear by frontman Michael White and his band of veteran rockers, who have rattled amplifiers since 1977 with both original tunes and Zeppelin covers. Composed of budding musicians and cellos that only need to shave once per week, the Symphony of Rock Youth Orchestra accompanies the wailing vocals and fiery licks with aggressive, tightly spun arrangements, and a multimedia visual experience allows multiple senses to simultaneously get the Led out. The all-age performance also represents a model opportunity to introduce young fans to new musical experiences, whether that be the inspired guitar riffs of the 1970s or the cordial, slow-moving mosh-pits that spring up at most symphony concerts.