Rock clas­sics by ac­claimed cov­ers bands

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - SOUNDS GOOD -


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

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