The Black Jacket Symphony has found a popular recipe by emphasizing the “classic” in “classic rock.” Utilizing musicians hand-selected for the work in focus, they faithfully recreate the familiar strains for their opening set. Post-intermission, their attention turns to the featured artist’s wider catalog.

The album at the heart of matters is Led Zeppelin’s “Houses of the Holy,” the fifth studio release from the 1970s titans that set new records for their popularity while opening doors to their innovation in the studio. The album of all original works was recorded at the estate of Mick Jagger and was certified 11 times platinum.

Tickets for this show run from $32.05 to $37.15. Curtain is at 8 p.m. in the midst of the monthly LoDa ArtWalk, so plan accordingly.

For more info, call 251-208-5600 or go to mobilesaenger.com.