I didn’t always hate Led Zeppelin. The first million times I heard them, I kind of liked them. It was the next billion times that solidified my feelings. To be fair, it isn’t their fault. I’m just sick of hearing them. Be that as it may, plenty of people never will tire of hearing the hammer of the gods no matter how many times their bloated corpse is reanimated. ZoSo, the popular Led Zeppelin tribute act playing Friday, Jan. 10, at the National, makes its living flogging the dead Zeppelin horse — and they do it well, playing the group’s moldy oldies with swagger and conviction. Doors open for the open-casket viewing at 7 p.m. Admission is $12.50. thenationalva.com.
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