CCEntertainment present the 11th Annual
'Whole Lotta Love'
LED ZEPPELIN celebration
Friday 15 and Saturday 16 August - Laycock St Theatre, Gosford
Tickets: www.laycockstreettheatre.com or 02 4323 3233
Saturday 23 August - The State Theatre, Sydney
www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136 100
'Rock tribute shows don't get any better than 'Whole Lotta Love'
Glenn A Baker (2013)
Australia's longest running large-scale Led Zeppelin homage concert, 'Whole Lotta Love', returns to Sydney's prestigious State Theatre for one night only on Saturday August 23, following two intimate shows at The Laycock Theatre in Gosford on Friday August 15 and Saturday August 16.
This unrivalled Zeppelin concert experience sold out the Enmore Theatre and The Basement from 2003 before moving to the State Theatre in 2013, where it received rapturous reviews. It has sold out at Laycock St since 2007, so the message is clear - secure your tickets quickly!
Passionate interpretations of 'Stairway to Heaven', 'Rock and Roll', 'Kashmir', 'The Rain Song', 'Moby Dick', 'Black Dog', 'Ramble On', 'No Quarter', 'Battle of Evermore', 'Immigrant Song' and many more make this 3 hour show incredible as it takes the audience on a journey through a collection of hits and rarities from the band's infamous career.
'Whole Lotta Love' has toured nationally and has built a peerless reputation for exceptional interpretations, stunning musicianship and numerous spine-tingling moments.
In 2014, 'Whole Lotta Love' will again recreate the magic and mystique of Led Zeppelin with guest vocalists:
Jack Jones (Southern Sons)
Simon Meli (The Widowbirds)
Amy Findlay (Stonefield)
Jimmy Cupples (The Voice)
Joined by a 9 piece band featuring some of the country's best rock musicians under the creative direction of Joseph Calderazzo (guitars), and also including a string section led by Adrian Keating (principal violinist - Opera Australia), 'Whole Lotta Love' will traverse the back catalogue of the biggest band in rock history.
2014 is the 45th anniversary of the release of their debut 'Led Zeppelin' album and the year they set up their Swan Song label.
One lucky ticket buyer to each concert will win a Bowers and Wilkins 'Zeppelin Air' Speaker system worth $799.