Rock classics by acclaimed covers bands
rocks, with two great offerings over the next fortnight for fans of the heavier side of music at The Sinden Theatre. On Saturday locally-based tribute Led By Zeppelin makes a welcome return to the venue. Led By Zeppelin is hailed as the UK’s premier Zeppelin tribute band and was formed in 2000.
After several years of hard gigging and building up a loyal following, the band has now achieved its best line-up to date, priding itself on being authentic in dress, looks and sound, and many of the tracks that audiences will hear are based around Zeppelin’s live, as well as studio, versions . On Saturday, March 17, Blackest Sabbath make their debut at The Sinden Theatre. A new and exciting tribute to the legendary Black Sabbath, the band is based in north east Kent and emerged from the ashes of a muchloved classic rock covers band. The foursome deliver all the Sabbath classics and, as well as featuring songs from the “Ozzy Period”, audiences can expect to hear a number of post-Ozzy numbers like Heaven and Hell. The band prides itself on achieving the sound of the original band, rather than trying to mimic Sabbath visually.
Tickets for both gigs cost £10 and are available from the Sinden Theatre box office. Telephone on 01580 763826.
Gary Moore, playing at the Leas Cliff Hall in May