Get The Led Out continues to enthall fans with its remarkable Led Zeppelin tribute show.

The Philadelphia-based band has been a crowd favorite at Penn's Peak crowd since its first appearance, attracting packed houses, and it returns to the Jim Thorpe Saturday night. Showtime is 8 p.m.

Get The Led Out has been billed by the media as "The American Led Zeppelin" for its amazing recreations of the music of the legendary British rockers.

Unlike other Zeppelin tribute bands, Get the Led Out doesn't try to copy the live Led Zep stage show presented in the movie The Song Remains The Same. Its goal is to present the music of Zeppelin the way fans remember it, the way it was recorded, but in a concert setting. It's this approach that has garnered GTLO accolodates among the Zep faithful.

The band includes singer Paul Sinclair, guitarists Paul Hammond and Jimmy Marsciano, keyboard player Andrew Lipke and drummer Adam Ferraioli. In addition, GTLO has added former Britny Fox member Billy Childs on bass.

GTLO not only performs the electric Zeppelin but also has an accoustic segment in which it renders such classics as "The Battle of Evermore", featuring guest singer Diana DeSantis.

"The show is better than it has ever been," said Sinclair.

Tickets for Get The Led Out are $33 for the Pit (standing room only), $28 for reserved seating and $23 for standing room only (back of hall) and are available online at, at Ticketmaster outlets including Boscov's and Gallery of Sound, at the Penn's Peak box office and Roadies Restaurant. Call the box office at 1-866-605-PEAK for more information.