Jack Evans

Jack first picked up a guitar shortly before his fourteenth birthday, after being inspired by the simple, bluesy-rock guitar riffs of Keith Richards, who remained his biggest influence for a while.  However, Jack soon became hooked on Led Zeppelin after hearing 'Black Dog' for the first time.

A young and enthusiastic musician, Jack is completely dedicated to his instrument, and is currently studying music performance at Birmingham Metropolitan College.  Playing in Zeppelin 3 is ideal for him because of his continued obsession for Jimmy Page and his guitar playing.

Apart from Jimmy Page, he has been influenced by other guitarists, such as: Mick Taylor, Eric Clapton, Gary Moore and Angus Young.  His recent discovery of Fusion guitarist Al Di Meola has also had a profound influence.




Steve Evans

Steve started out as a guitarist with early bands, before making the transition to bass, which has remained his main instrument ever since.  

The late-60s to mid-70s is Steve's favourite musical era, and he has played in numerous bands over the years performing such material at local venues such as the Wulfrun Hall and Robin2, and further afield anywhere from Aberdeen to Bournemouth, and everything in between.  So playing the music of Led Zeppelin is a natural choice for him.  Steve also played for  six years in a Beatles tribute band.  He has a love for progressive rock, and his band Eligh Toadd, originally formed in the mid-80s, continues to write, record and perform original material in the genre to the present day.

A strong lead vocalist, Steve is kept busy on The Zeppelin 3 gigs having to cover both the vocals of Robert Plant, and the bass lines of John Paul Jones.  We think you'll agree that 'Bob Jones' does an admiral job on both counts.


John Evans

John Evans is an accomplished professional drummer, who has obtained a music degree from Wolverhampton University, studying composition, performance, ethnomusicology, orchestration and music technology.

John has studied with Jim Chapin, local drum guru Mal Garrett, as well as Zen Buddhist Priest and Jazz Drummer Chris Burrows of Crazy World of Arthur Brown and Circus.  He has many musical influences, including Ginger Baker, John Bonham, Elvin Jones, Paul Motian and Billy Martin.

John has performed in a wide range of musical styles ranging from Jazz to Rock playing with a passion, energy and sensitivity to the instrument and the musicians around him.

John has recorded for Paul Weller’s Respond Records in the 1980s, and at top studios such as PolyGram and Rockfield.

Appearing live on BBC TV and radio, as well as at venues up and down the country including; Ronnie Scott’s. Brecon Jazz, Pontypool, Bicester, Ross and many other festivals.