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Led Zeppelin tribute to appear in Lincoln
Thursday 19th January, 2017 - New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
By Advertiser Reporter
Hats Off To Led ZeppelinHats Off To Led Zeppelin appear at the New Theatre Royal, Lincoln, on January 19.
The passion and power of a Led Zeppelin concert is recreated by tribute band Hats Off To Led Zeppelin at the New Theatre Royal, Lincoln, a week today (Thursday, January 19).
It is their first visit to Lincoln in six years and they promise to deliver an authentic Led Zeppelin experience featuring many of their best-known tracks.
The band is Peter Eldridge (Robert Plant) Jack Tanner (Jimmy Page) Toby Drummond (John Bonham) and Kevin Oliver Jones (John Paul Jones).
They are managed by Warren Grant, whose father, Peter, was Led Zeppelin’s manager.
The act — named winner of the National Tribute Music Awards 2016 — have played with Queen, Ray Davies, Iron Maiden and Gerry And The Pacemakers as well as appearing in London shows such as We Will Rock You and Thriller Live!
Launching the new season at the New Theatre Royal is The Everly’s And Friends on Saturday.
The Temple Brothers — real-life brothers — are a leading tribute to the great harmony duo The Everly Brothers.
Featuring acoustic guitars and flawless harmonies, it includes hits such as Cathy’s Clown and Wake Up Little Suzie.
There is another tribute act a week tomorrow when The Bon Jovi Experience comes to town.
They have performed live with Jon Bon Jovi himself and will bring to life some of the rock band’s greatest hits, such as Keep The Faith and Livin’ On A Prayer.
The story of Simon And Garfunkel Through The Years is told on Saturday, January 21.
The show features live renditions of the duo’s iconic hits performed by Dan Haynes and Pete Richards, including The Sound Of Silence, Mrs Robinson and Bridge Over Troubled Water.
It will be interspersed with footage and interviews with Simon and Garfunkel themselves.
The classic Gothic horror story Frankenstein is performed on January 26 and 27.
The new adaptation of the Mary Shelley masterpiece combines ensemble storytelling, live music and puppetry.
The show is suitable for those aged 11 and over.
It is then back to the tribute acts on January 29 with The Upbeat Beatles.
They take the Fab Four’s story from the depths of the Cavern club to the Apple roof top, combining tight harmonies with plenty of Scouse humour.
Tony Christie is on the road with what he is describing as his musical autobiography, looking back at a career in which he has released 40 albums.
He will perform at the New Theatre Royal on February 2.
Also looking back on their lengthy career are Chas and Dave in The Full Story Live: The History Of Chas And Dave.
The Cockney duo, who are in Lincoln on February 3, are enjoying a resurgence, having released a hit album — That’s What Happens — and performed an arena tour with Status Quo.
Andy Mudd presents a Tribute To Billy Joel, featuring the songmen’s greatest hits, at the venue on February 4.
Magician Jamie Raven promises to amaze the audience with his new show, suitable for those aged five and over, on February 8.
The illusionist has been perfecting his talent for 11 years and featured on Britain’s Got Talent in 2015.
Some Guys Have All The Luck — The Rod Stewart Story, on February 9, tells the story of the Scottish rocker from his roots as a street busker to international stardom.
The following night brings An Evening Of Dirty Dancing: The Tribute Show featuring all the classic songs from the smash-hit film.
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