Led Zeppelin tribute set to rock the Castle
DESPITE disbanding in 1980, seventies rock legends Led Zeppelin are as popular today as they were in their heyday 30 years ago. Tickets sold out in seconds when they briefly reformed for a charity gig at the O2 in London and two of the original line-up ap
DESPITE disbanding in 1980, seventies rock legends Led Zeppelin are as popular today as they were in their heyday 30 years ago.
Tickets sold out in seconds when they briefly reformed for a charity gig at the O2 in London and two of the original line-up appeared on stage last year alongside the Foo Fighters at Wembley Stadium.
All this is good news for Led Zep tribute band Whole Lotta Led, who are widely regarded as one of the finest in the UK, performing over 100 concerts a year to audiences of all ages.
From humble beginnings 11 years ago, the band have progressed to playing major venues throughout the country, some of which Led Zeppelin themselves actually played.
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Whole Lotta Led are not just lookalikes, they concentrate on the music which they perform with enthusiasm and dedication that is second to none.
Their shows consist of songs from the entire Zeppelin catalogue. including the all- time classics Whole Lotta Love and of course Stairway To Heaven.
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Whole Lotta Led are Nick Ferris on guitar, Geoff Hunt on bass, Graham Twist on drums and Lee Addison on vocals and harmonica.
They will be playing at Hertford's Castle Hall next Friday (February 27) at 8pm. Tickets cost �15, box office 01992 531500.