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Review: Whole Lotta Led show rock ‘n’ roll isn’t dead

Communities / Sat 3rd Aug 2013 am31 08:13am

By Katie Abinger

WHOLE Lotta Led had them dancing in the aisles at the Harlow Playhouse.

The playhouse rocked so much that lead singer, Lee Pryor commented: “I hope you will all be able to get up for work tomorrow (Friday)”

But then Lee looked at the large number of grey haired folk in the crowd and mused: “All I can see is a lot of grey hair, so perhaps a lot of you, don’t have work tomorrow!!”

Many members of the audience saw Zeppelin back in the day. The nearest Led Zeppelin got to Harlow was probably Knebworth in 1978.

The five-piece Whole Lotta Led ripped through favourites such as No Quarter, Black Dog and especially Kashmir. Where the band really got to grips with the menace and staccato ambience of a fantastic song.

Stairway to Heaven is a hard song to play and inject a freshness to but Whole Lotta Led did so admirably.

The hundreds that attended went away with the classics ringing in their ears.

We look forward to them returning.

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