Letz Zep concerts now available online

- November 9, 2008

Letz Zep have an exclusive recording agreement with Orchard Music to have our live concerts available for online.

Now available on iTunes, Deezer, Napster, emusic.com, 7Digital, amazon etc..


Part of the Sony Group, The Orchard are a New York City based digital distributor, they are the leading online and mobile digital retailers throughout the world.

this is the link for previews and purchases The music is all professionally recorded to the highest standards, All our recordings are lisenced through the PRS/MCPS alliance.


. Hope you enjoy

Motor Cycle News

- November 9, 2008

This weeks edition of Motor Cycle News features a two page spread on Billy's biking trip to Morocco. Nov 5th edition pages 40 and 41.

The trip was arranged by SOS, a charity formed to raise money for orphans in Third World Countries - more info - http://www.sos-adventures.com/

Captain Slow

- July 28, 2008

It seems the band is getting quite well known now, Even TV presenter  and journalist, James May..yes, Captain Slow himself..compared the new car from Mitsuoka to Letz Zep. He called the car ‘A tribute to Rolls Royce, and like Letz Zep..we know it isn’t  the real thing..but it is very good’
BBC Top Gear, Series 11 episode 6

BBC1 News

- October 20, 2007

Led Zeppelin are to reform reform for a one off show at the 02 Arena in London. The show is being held to raise money for the Ahmet Ertegun Education Fund, which pays for university scholarships in the UK, US and Turkey.

The fund was created in honour of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun who died last year.

The BBC were quick to contact Letz Zep and request an interview with vocalist Billy Kulke, on the main six o'clock news feature on BBC1.

Regarding the Led Zeppelin reformation, and the ticket allocation.

The BBC showed a clip of Letz Zep performing Kashmir, from their 'In Concert. DVD, and the Beeb stated that Letz Zep are 'The closest you will get to the real thing'

BBC2 Newsnight

- October 4, 2007

"You can't have to much of a good thing...here's more from Letz Zep"  - Jeremy Paxman

BBC2 Newsnight with Jeremy Paxman reported a special feature on the Led Zeppelin re-union gig at the O2, scheduled for November 26th

In the feature they interviewed Letz Zep about reformation, naming the band as -

"The best of the hundreds of Led Zeppelin tribute bands"

The Band also performed 'Whole Lotta Love' for the show, which was eagerly witnessed by Paxman, who came down from the studio to hear Letz Zep perform.

New Zealand News article

- August 22, 2007

Billy Kulke, of The Led Zeppelin Project, who will be playing with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in September is so convincing, Led Zeppelin's management reportedly thought it was Robert Plant himself! The Led Zeppelin Project is playing with the APO at The Trusts Stadium, Waitakere, on Friday 14 September. A photo used to promote the gig shows the band's frontman mid-song.

The APO had been contacted by Led Zeppelin's management who were threatening to take legal action if the APO did not immediately desist using a photo of Robert Plant to promote the gig. The APO made it clear that the photo was not of Plant, but of Kulke.

"There is no doubt that the lead singer of The Led Zeppelin Project bears an uncanny resemblance to Robert Plant," says APO Chief Executive, Barbara Glaser. "But it's not all about looks! The musicians in The Led Zeppelin Project are from highly regarded and extremely popular tribute bands in Europe and Australia with formidable rock music credentials."

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