- August 7, 2014

Wacken Open Air (W:O:A) is the biggest and most important rock festival in Europe.
It is a 'must go to' even for rock music fans all over Europe and beyond.
The festival was first held in 1990 as a small event for local German bands. By 1998 the event had become the major festival on the European metal calendar and has included over 70 bands from all over Europe, North America and Australia.

Letz Zep are proud to be included on the bill, the VERY FIRST tribute band to appear on Wacken in it's long history.
Letz Zep will appear on Thursday July 31st, at 8pm. a prime slot.

This prestigious booking confirms Letz Zep as The Number One Tribute to Led Zeppelin, and as the supreme artist in their genre.
available on itunes - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/letz-zep/269720360

Brazil was a Gas

- June 28, 2013

Letz Zep returned to Brazil for further dates, after the huge success of last year’s tour of South America, where they performed to a crowd of 70,000 avid rock fans in Mexico, when they opened the show for Jane’s Addiction. The band was being interviewed at the offices of Kiss FM, in Sao Paulo, the biggest rock radio station in Brazil. Were they were confirmed as ‘The Number One tribute to Led Zeppelin’, by the station and its listeners.

Upon leaving the building they found themselves caught right in the middle of the local riots. People were protesting about the rises in fares in the city. As the drama unfolded they found they had become the target for the tear gas and rubber bullets fired by the police whizzing past them, and the tear gas landing just a few feet beside them. The band hastily made it to their awaiting car, under the watchful eye of shotgun wielding riot police.
The next evening, the sell out show at the HSBC Music Arena, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Letz Zep were introduced to Bill Medley, of the Righteous Brothers. Bill had requested a meeting with the band personally, though it may have been a case of mistaken identity! He commented on his admiration for the work of Led Zeppelin, and remarked the bands recreation of the show was ‘impressive’. Bill is a true gentleman and a legend! It was a great honour to meet with him.
here is a clip taken from the crowd of the end of the show -

Letz Zep in Brazil

- June 14, 2013

Due to demand for tickets, the venue in Curitiba tomorrow, 15 -6 -13 has moved to the larger venue of Espaco TRESOR. all tickets are valid for the new venue

Letz Zep robbed of 20,000

- March 4, 2013


SANTANDER – SPAIN - More than €20,000  was stolen from the safety deposit box of Letz Zep, a British rock group.

In a startling similarity to the infamous theft at The Drake Hotel in 1973 of the Box Office takings for Led Zeppelin, after their show at Madison Square Gardens.

The daring robbery was as the band were in Santander, Spain, at the beginning of their 2013 World Tour.

There were five passports, cash and personal belonging amounting to between €20,000 and €25,000 was missing.

Detectives who went to the scene no indication the safety box had been forced open. The group's manager, Robert Mills, told detectives they kept the cash on hand because they have "A lot of expenses to pay"

Police were informed the money came from the group's concerts in its current tour of
the Spain. Guitarist Andy Gray, bassist Steve Turner, drummer Benjy Reid
and singer Billy Kulke gave the performance in their nine day engagement on the Sunday night after learning of the theft.

Tour manager Mark Stone was taken away for further questioning by the police.

‘The similarity between the two thefts are startling’ said a spokesman for the band.

The $203,000 in cash stolen from Led Zeppelin at the Drake Hotel in New York has never been recovered, nor have any arrests been made in conjunction with the heist.

Alvin Lee at Letz Zep show

- January 24, 2013

At the bands show in Estapona, Spain. None other than guitar legend Alvin Lee turned up to watch Letz Zep perform.

He said he enjoyed the show and Letz Zep are 'A great live band'. He also commented he enjoyed Andy's guitar playing and said he was' A diamond guitarist'

He signed Andy's guitar after the show and was good enough to pose in a pic with the guitar and our TM Roberto Mills

Letz Zep in Polular Culture

- November 22, 2012

Letz Zep make it into Popular culture!!
In an entry exam to a university in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
One of the questions on physics is on Letz Zep!

It was asking about frequency, timbre and amplitude and sound waves Letz Zep needed to achieve in order to recreate the sounds of Led Zeppelin!

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