Whole Lotta Led are the longest running,
full-time professional tribute to Led Zeppelin.
During 2012 Whole Lotta Led made significant changes to their line up and the past two years has seen them go from strength to strength with the band’s customary two and half hour shows receiving universal acclaim from Zeppelin fans the length and breadth of the UK.
"I have seen two other
Led Zep tribute bands in
the past who were brilliant,
but Whole Lotta Led are the
closest you will ever get to
"Fantastic! The real deal!
You could close your eyes and
think it was the real group before you.
One of the best concerts
I've been to in a long time.
Geoff, Newcastle Upon-Tyne
"I can't recommend you highly enough"
David Reynolds, Norfolk
Go to our video page to see
The Battle Of Evermore
with Tinkerscuss at
The Guildhall, Gloucester
21st December 2013
"Saw the band at Southwick, all my mates agreed it was the best gig ever at The Barn. Awesome night out"
"Went to the Solihull gig on Friday and wow! I have to say they were much better than I had expected them to be.
Basically they were note perfect and could not have sounded more like the real thing if they'd tried,
every one of the band was a highly skilled musician and were able to replicate
“Whole Lotta Led are not Led Zeppelin in any way shape or form, their gigs are all about the music, just like Led Zeppelin’s were”
“Now that was FANTASTIC! Whole Lotta Led...Wow what an amazing tribute!”
Live Rooms, Chester
“Superb musicians playing
Led Zep songs rather than some good players
impersonating Led Zeppelin”
“Better than Chocolate” Maisie Gay
“Whole Lotta Led are not a look-a-like tribute act. They make no real attempt to resemble the original band and this doesn't matter a bit. Like all the classic acts, Led Zeppelin let the music speak for itself, Whole Lotta Led duly follow suit”
BBC Wiltshire Sound
"I saw your show last night in Bury and... speechless. Seriously, you guys were amazing. You did justice to every Led Zep song you played and injected a lot of your own life into them."