LETZ ZEP - Zeppelin's Resurrection
There are many bands that copy the greats of old, but only few do justice to what the legends have created, let alone add an individual touch. British Letz Zep belong to this small minority that is not only authentic, but original. Led Zeppelin themselves pay respect to their disciples and invite them to official fan-events - this is: only in case Billy Kulke, Andy Gray and company aren't touring the world, be it in Paris for a sold-out show at the Olympia or at Heineken Arena Madrid, festivals in Mexico or Venezuela. The group has long since become a global phenomenon just like their peers, whose record label Warner calls Letz Zep the best band coming after Page and Plant. Publications like Rolling Stone, Classic Rock or French Figaro dedicate multiple page features to them, and BBC broadcasts their shows.
Letz Zep covers the entire catalogue of their idols and keeps adding more classics to their repertoire, thus not merely delivering the obvious. Their performance is an expansive display of what the icons have created and enthuses both novices to Led Zeppelin as well as experts. Letz Zep are not about nostalgia, but a music revolt against the wheels of time, a furious outcry against oblivion, because they revive and continue what groundbreaking Rock artists have abandoned way too early.
Now Letz Zep are set to once more cover Europe with concerts lasting two hours plus and make you, too, listen to this well-known music with different ears.