Whole Lotta Led - Performing House of The Holy - 40 Years Ago


Doors 7pm - 10pm


On 28th March 1973 Led Zeppelin released their long awaited fifth album - Houses Of The Holy.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of its release, Whole Lotta Led will be performing the album in its entirety as the second half of this show.
This will be followed by a selection of songs from Led Zeppelin’s later career.
Despite initial criticisms five of the albums eight tracks would eventually become staples of their live set including 'The Song Remains The Same’ and the ethereal 'No Quarter', both of which were deemed important enough to be performed at their O2 arena reunion show in December 2007.

Whole Lotta Led are one of the biggest tribute acts in the UK and an established, professional Led Zeppelin tribute band. The band has undergone some big changes in line-up of late but with incredible effect and are getting fantastic reviews. In comes Lee Pryor on vocals, David Wykeham-George on Keyboards/2nd Guitar and Charlie Hart on Drums to join founder members Nick Ferris on lead guitar and Geoff Hunt on bass and mandolin.
The band can now recreate the sounds of Led Zeppelin’s original studio albums to an astonishing level of musicianship. Come and check out this amazing band – you will be dazed but not confused!

Over 14s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Photo ID required.
10pm curfew.

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The Picture House

31 Lothian Road
United Kingdom

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