Led Into Zeppelin are the UK’s most accurate and authentic tribute to the music of Led Zeppelin, with the aim of keeping the music and magic of Zeppelin alive. The band features experienced and highly regarded musicians, all of whom have played and recorded in a variety of top national bands and genres.
The live show focuses on the early to mid 70’s Zeppelin, covering all the classics with a few surprises and rarely performed songs. The band have gigged extensively up and down the UK. Highlights have included headlining the annual John Bonham Memorial Charity Concert in 2023 in Bonzo’s hometown of Redditch.
Led Into Zeppelin are:
Damian Fisher – Vocals – 2112 (Top UK Rush Tribute), Bedlam
Chris Preston – Guitar – Slack Alice, Available Jones
Pete Betts – Bass – Storyteller’s Night (A Tribute to the music of Magnum), Pulse UK Rock Band, Escape
Damon Waite – Drums – Fez, Chris T-Bone Jones
Philip James Manchester (aka Didge Digital) – Keyboards – FM (original member), Gerry and the Pacemakers, Chris Norman
“I would highly recommend catching one of these guys’ gigs for anyone even remotely interested in Led Zeppelin; they have high energy and charisma on stage, a great sense of humour and sense of touch with their fans, and they sound just like the real thing! An absolute top-notch tribute band if I ever saw one.”
“Thanks for an excellent show at the Boom Boom Club, Sutton, Surrey. I would honestly rate your show as one of the best I’ve ever seen at the venue and I have seen hundreds there. Nice interaction with the crowd and a talented bunch of musicians.”
“Brilliant show, brilliant music – the most authentic tribute to Led Zeppelin I have ever seen, and I’ve seen all of them, not to be missed!”
“Led Zeppelin fans were treated to an absolutely terrific night last night at the Forum in Darlington from tribute band Led Into Zeppelin. The lineup has changed slightly since their last visit, but it made no difference as these boys pulled out an excellent tribute to one of the all-time Classic Rock bands. The highlight for me was an extraordinary rendition of Kashmir, which was outstanding. A bumper crowd enjoyed all the old blues-rock numbers that became Zeppelin’s trademark. Whole Lotta Love, Dazed and Confused and Black Dog played to perfection.”