Whole Lotta Led are the longest running, full time professional tribute to Led Zeppelin and after 18 years rocking on stage, they are still going strong.
No wigs - just great music with a customary a two and a half hour concert show that has received universal acclaim from Zeppelin fans the length and breadth of the country.
Now you can see them at Haynes village hall on Saturday, November 29 where a fantastic night of entertainment is promises.
The band avoid costumes and wigs and instead focus on the music and now with a new five-piece line-up, including Lee Pryor on vocals, they recreate the music of the Rock Gods to an astonishing level.
Each band member is a professional artist in their own right playing in numerous groups throughout the years.
A spokesman for the show said: “The concert is performed with the power and the passion and enthusiasm second to none.
“With more than 1,300 shows to their name this act usually play far larger venues than Haynes so with the combination of this popular venue and this great act, concert-going people can expect a fantastic night of entertainment.”
Haynes Village Concert Hallis in Northwood End Road, MK45 3QB. Tickets are £10 in advance, or £12 on the door. Call the box office on 01234 381254.
Doors open at 7.30pm and the concert starts at 8.30pm.
The venue has free parking available along with a licensed bar.