Jason Bonham Never Dreamed Of Following In His Father's Footsteps
He tells Noisecreep: "Growing up, my heroes were American motocross riders. I didn't want to be a drummer – I wanted to me a motocross rider."
Those plans never came to fruition, and Bonham settled into a career behind the drumkit, playing with his own bands along with Led Zep and Black Country Communion.
Now sober for 14 years, he admits it was a challenge to prove himself against his father's reputation. "At some point I got sick of people calling me Bonzo junior," he explains. "But now I'm older and wiser, I'm just honoured to be mentioned in the same breath." more on this story
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