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Classic Led Zep album gets the treatment

Where: Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury

When: Saturday, June 22, 7.30pm

2019 sees the 50th anniversary of the release of one of the greatest albums of all time - Led Zeppelin II.

Containing such classics as Ramble On, Thank You and, of course, Whole Lotta Love, this LP was the one which catapulted Led Zeppelin from being just another sixties blues group to one of the most influential and successful bands of all time.

It was the first of their albums to reach number one, toppling the Beatles' Abbey Road in the process, and staying on the LP chart for a total of 138 weeks.

The first half of this special show by Whole Lotta Led at the Roses will consist of a selection of songs from Led Zeppelin's vast back catalogue.

The second half will feature the whole of Led Zeppelin II played in the same sequence as the original LP.

See the Roses website for ticket details.

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