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, Venezuela, Mexico, India, Andorra and here in the UK.
Making Letz Zep a truly global act.
Letz Zep are rated as The Most Popular and Top Rated, Led Zeppelin tribute act in the UK today!
Even legendary Zep frontman Robert Plant commented it was like watching himself onstage, after he came to a Letz Zep concert. His comment in Q Magazine in an interview was :- "I walked in, I saw me'
Both Jimmy Page and Robert Plant have attended gigs by Letz Zep, and we're suitably impressed, so much so that they invited Letz Zep to perform at their prestigious official launch party for Led Zeppelin's 'Mothership' CD, In Soho, London.
The band received the ultimate accolade by being praised by Led Zeppelin themselves.
Warner Music Ltd naming the band as 'Europe's best tribute act to Led Zeppelin' and they should know, being the record lable for Led Zeppelin themselves!!
Letz Zep are the most successful and best known tribute act to Led Zeppelin, having been featured on BBC1, BBC2 and ITV1.
The band had a full page feature in Rolling Stone Magazine, Classic Rock magazine', they also received a glowing full page review in Kerrang! magazine, (Twice) and interviewed for Le Figaro in France
The band have also featured on Planet Rock Radio, Darren Redick naming them 'The Very Best of tribute bands', and also on BBC Radio 2, where Chris Evans said of the band ''A proper rock show, 10 outta 10''
Letz Zep have also been reviewed in The Sunday Times by Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson. He said of the band -
"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'
With an ever growing repertoire, of over 50 songs, covering the entire recording career of Led Zeppelin, from the rockers like ‘Black Dog’ and 'Rock and Roll' the acoustic folk style of ‘Gallows Pole’ and 'Babe I'm Going to Leave You' to the haunting melody of 'Kashmir', and the classic ‘Stairway to Heaven’
A gig by Letz Zep fully portrays the full scope of the music of Led Zeppelin.
"You can't have too much of a good thing....here's Letz Zep" -
Jeremy Paxman BBC2 Newsnight
Letz Zep is not an exercise in nostalgia, but of revolt against time, a heart rendering shout against mediocrity and forgetfulness, faithfully recreating the sights and sounds of Led Zeppelin at their awesome best.
Bringing the music of Led Zep to new generations of audience.
Letz Zep is a band formed by talented, experienced and respected musicians who are all true Zep fans with a strong musical pedigree.
Its members have toured with artists such as Ozzy Osbourne, Roger Daltrey, Debbie Bonham, Steve Hackett, Dr Feelgood and Uriah Heep – to name but a few.
All four members possess the considerable musical ability required to produce a completely convincing recreation of Led Zeppelin in their prime, complete with the "tight but loose" raw excitement which was the trademark of a Led Zeppelin concert.
Letz Zep are a touring force in the UK and Europe, where they play to packed houses and rave reviews, recently selling out the prestigious Paris Olympia Theatre, Madrid Heinekin Arena and The Melkweg Amsterdam, as well as a sell out night at Plaza Del Toro (The Bullring) in Madrid. Letz Zep are a popular act on festivals throughout the summer, with both promoters and audience alike, having already appeared on over 30 festivals worldwide.
Rhodes Rock in 2008, 09, 10 and 11, Italy (09 and 11) St Tropez - France, Spain (5 festivals) Mexico, Venezuela, Holland, Belgium (2 festivals), Germany, Luxemburg and 9 UK festivals, many as headline act!
Confirming Letz Zep as the number 1 tribute to the music of Led Zeppelin.
At others appearing on the same stage as Jane's Addiction, The Chemical Brothers, Bad Company, Ritchie Blackmore, Jethro Tull and Ten Years After.