Saturday March 23rd 2013 sees the return of the mighty LETZ ZEP to The East Quay, Whitstable.
Letz Zep are in a league of their own. This is no ordinary tribute band, as those that came to their last sold out gig here will tell you.
It is rare for a tribute band to be given the approval of the band they are playing tribute to. So imagine the surprise of Letz Zep when in walks Robert Plant . Not only did the legendary Led Zeppelin vocalist give the bands the thumbs up and best wishes on the night, he went on to discuss the band in interviews including a Q magazine feature in which he said “I walked in, I saw me”.
Letz Zep have been featured on BBC1, BBC2, ITV, in Classic Rock and Kerrang, Q and Mojo, and following a chance meeting with Jimmy Page received the ultimate accolade when invited by Led Zeppelin themselves to perform at the official launch party for Led Zeppelin’s ‘Mothership’ album.
Now a truly global act, Letz Zep are considered the leading tribute to Zeppelin. Demand for the band is such that they regularly perform in Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Holland, Belgium, Hungary, Russia, Slovenia, Romania, Eire, Luxembourg, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico, India, Andorra and here in the UK.
When they first played here, we were having sound niggles at the venue – and even then, they blew us away. A bespoke sound system is now brought in to The East Quay for all WhitLive gigs and this time round Letz Zep will sound AMAZING.
Tickets are £11 and available online here or at Gatefield Sounds in Whitstable and Herne Bay and Canterbury Rock in Canterbury.
I walked in, I saw me Robert Plant
This is the closest to the real thing that you are ever likely to see and hear, the playing is impeccable and the Band rocks just like the real thing. Brilliant! Janick Gers, Iron Maiden
Hey Man, that’s some f****ng voice you got there, you must be on f*****ng helium to get that f*****ng high Ozzy Osbourne
If you closed your eyes you really could imagine that it was Plant and Page up there. And if you opened them again the illusion didn’t really go away Jeremy Clarkson, Sunday Times