Zeppelin tribute band have a whole lot to give

The band focus on replicating the Zep sound
The band focus on replicating the Zep sound

The UK’s longest running professional tribute act to Led Zeppelin will play at The Mill Arts Centre for one night only next week.

Whole Lotta Led were first established in 1996 and have since given over 1,300 performances during their 19 years together.

Their gigs in 2015 see them celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of Led Zeppelin’s critically acclaimed double album Physical Graffiti.

Unlike most tribute acts they choose not to replicate the original band’s visual appearance and deliberately avoid using costumes and wigs.

Instead, their attention is focused entirely on recreating Led Zeppelin’s music, producing the sounds of the original studio albums to an astonishing level of accuracy.

The line-up for the evening includes the usual array of classic tracks, interspersed with some lesser known tunes.

And of course no set would be complete without a rendition of Stairway to Heaven, a song which Whole Lotta Led claim to have played more than any other band in the world - including Led Zeppelin themselves.

Whole Lotta Led will perform at The Mill Arts Centre next Friday (July 24) with doors opening from 7.30pm and music starting at 8pm.

Tickets cost £16.50 each and the event is suitable for anyone over the age of 14.

To book tickets, www.themillartscentre.co.uk or by calling 01295 279002.