Letz Zep the official number one tribute to Led Zeppelin and Baby They Ain't Foolin' Awarded as 'The Most Popular' and 'The Most Highly Rated' tribute to Led Zeppelin today by the authoritative Ticketmaster Organisation.
Described in Kerrang! Magazine as 'Better than a Led Zeppelin Re-union', all four members possess the considerable musical ability required to a completely convincing recreation of Led Zeppelin in their prime, complete with the 'tight but loose' trademark element so essential to the raw excitement of a Led Zeppelin concert.
Even legendary Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant has seen the band perform:
''I walked in, I saw me'' Was his comment
Letz Zep cover the entire recording career of Led Zeppelin. From the haunting melody of 'Kashmir' to the rockers such as 'Whole Lotta Love and 'Immigrant Song'. The folksy acoustics such as 'Going to California' and 'Babe I'm Gonna Leave You' to the classic 'Stairway to Heaven' a concert by Letz Zep bring you an evening with the music of the greatest rock band EVER! Led Zeppelin. Letz Zep are not an exercise in nostalgia but a heart rendering cry against complacency and forgetfulness. Faithfully recreating the sights and sounds of Led Zeppelin at their awesome best.
Bringing the music of Led Zeppelin to new generations of audience, and confirming Letz Zep as the number one tribute to Led Zeppelin.
'it is literally the stairway to heaven...a perfect performance' Regina Buddeke Maz-Online Germany
'There are good tribute bands and there are bad tribute bands, then there is Letz Zep, who are monsters an play in a different league to the rest' - Metal Portal Spain.
'You can't have too much of a good thing, here's Letz Zep' - Jeremy Paxman BBC2 Newsnight.
'If you closed your eyes you really could imagine the real Page and Plant up there, and if you opened them the illusion didn’t go away’ - Jeremy Clarkson The Sunday Times.
'The closest you'll get to the real thing' BBC London News
'The very best of tribute bands' Darren Redick, Planet Rock Radio
'A proper rock concert, ten outta ten' Chris Evans BBC Radio 2.
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