1968 - 2018
In August 1968 four young musicians convened in a small rehearsal room in London and performed an old Johnny Burnette song ‘Train Kept A-Rollin’.
This was the birth of Led Zeppelin.
Little did Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant or John Bonham realise at the time what the future held for them but within a very short period of time they were the biggest band in the world and despite disbanding in 1980 they still are.
Throughout 2018 Whole Lotta Led will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the birth of Led Zeppelin with a show that will include songs from all of their studio albums, ranging from their beautiful acoustic songs to the huge anthems we have come to know and love.
Now in their 22nd year, Whole Lotta Led are widely regarded as the closest to the original that you will ever hear with their five piece line-up reproducing the songs as near to the album versions as possible.
50 years on Led Zeppelin’s influence and importance is as strong as ever, Whole Lotta Led are here to demonstrate why.
“You’re getting great reviews, I wish you all the best” Jimmy Page