Letz Zep - Tickets

Letz Zep - Tickets

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45 years ago legendary British rock band Led Zeppelin released what many people believe to be their best work, their untitled fourth album, usually called simply Led Zeppelin IV.

This seminal album changed the face of rock music forever, setting the bar ever higher. Re-writing the rule book, Led Zeppelin IV featured eight classic rock songs including ‘Black Dog’, ‘Rock and Roll’ and the song most people recognise them by ‘Stairway to Heaven’.

Although never officially released as a single, it remains the most requested song on FM radio stations worldwide.

The album is one of the best-selling albums worldwide at 37 million copies, with a 23-times platinum certification.

It is one of the top five best-selling album of all time with Writers and critics have regularly cited it on lists of rock’s greatest albums.

Prior to the albums released, Led Zeppelin were one of the very first bands to perform in Japan, receiving the city medal from the Mayor of Hiroshima in recognition of this.

Where they performed songs from the album for the first time.

Their first ever show at The Budakan, Tokyo, was to be recorded for future release, but the sounds of the thunder storm that hit the city marred the recording and the tapes were wiped.

In recognition of this, Letz Zep have named their 2016 World Tour as the Tales of Storms tour 2016.

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Letz Zep are critically acclaimed as the leading tribute to the music of Led Zeppelin, and Baby they aint foolin'Their World Tour started in January 2011, has seen the band perform in territories such as Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Holland, Belgium, Hungary, Russia, Slovenia, Romania, Eire, Luxembourg, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Ven...
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