The Fred Zeppelin Christmas Bash at Robin 2 in Wolverhampton
|Doors Open||Thursday 19 December 2013 at 7:30 PM|
|Starts||Thursday 19 December 2013 at 8:30 PM|
14+ only in the standing area, 14s - 17s must be accompanied by an adult in the seating area. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.
On stage 9.00pm
During this time they have had the honour of Led Zeppelin’s front-man Robert Plant attending three of their gigs and John Bonham’s son Jason even jammed with them on stage. These things the band are very proud of. It must surely also be the best recommendation any band could receive, and also assure any Led Zeppelin fans apprehensive about seeing The Fredz.
According to one of Kerrangs readers polls. FRED ZEPPELIN are among the top ten best live bands to see. Quite an achievement, as they were the only tribute band listed in any category.
Its worth taking a camera with you, as you don’t know who could be standing next to you. In the audience have been MAGNUM’s front-man Bob Catley, Roy Wood legendary main man of THE MOVE & WIZZARD, and SLADES Jimmy Lea was the latest rock celebrity to experience a two-hour Fred Zeppelin gig.
Fred Zeppelin were invited by Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page to attend a charity event of which Jimmy is a patron. Kev (bass) and Blackie (drums) attended and were thrilled to meet and chat with the legendary guitarist. Also at the party were Roger Daltrey, Julian Lloyd Webber, Leo Sayer and Formula One’s David Coultard. What a night !!
The four members of Fred Zeppelin are real fans, and formed ‘The Freds’ out of their admiration and love of Led Zeppelin’s music. As their name suggests the band do not take themselves too seriously, they know the praise belongs to Robert, Jimmy, John Paul Jones, and Bonzo
West Midlands-based tribute to Led Zeppelin who have been together for ten years and who really know what they are doing. They were the first tribute band ever to be included in the Kerrang reader's poll, coming 10th in the 'best unsigned band' section in 2004. Recommended by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.