Last night, a variety of artists from across the musical spectrum came together to play the music of Led Zeppelin at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York. Vocalist Gene Ween, pianist John Medeski, and guitarist/vocalist Scott Ian (of Anthrax) led the brigade through a furiously awesome tribute to the English rock band. The musical mix up of characters provided quite the rock and roll paradise, with the Ween frontman singing the hell out of Robert Plant‘s parts of the legendary songbook that Zeppelin holds.

Thanks to a couple of social media savvy concert-goers, we can get a glimpse of the magic in the below videos.

Watch “When The Levee Breaks” at the Zeppelin Bowl, courtesy of YouTube User noochnooch:

Some Instagram users were on site as well, providing the below evidence:

#zeppelinbowl #ledzepplin #onfire oh the noise

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in my time of dying pt 2 #rocknroll #brooklyn #zeppelinbowl

A video posted by Justin Richey (@rags2richey) on

#zeppelinbowl at #brooklynbowl. such a great time!!! #greatestofalltime #ledzeppelin #rocknroll #beer

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