Saturday 20 May 2017
Zep Boys performing the music of Led Zeppelin with a 35-piece orchestra.
Hammer of the Gods brings classic rock to Crown Theatre in an epic salute to Led Zeppelin, unleashing a 35-piece orchestra and powerhouse icons, the Zep Boys, in an exhilarating concert of symphonic majesty, dynamic rhythms and breathtaking vocals.
For three decades, the Zep Boys have flawlessly dedicated their careers to the Led Zeppelin catalogue and their intoxicating performances have thrilled legions of fans mesmerised by the hard rock, blues and psychedelic legacy of one of the most influential groups of all time.
Guided by maestro David Polain, Hammer of the Gods is a euphoric, unbridled union of hard core symphony and the ultimate concept band, the Zep Boys (vocals Vince Contarino, guitar Tzan Niko, Bass Warwick Cheatle and drums Bradley Polain), delivering a mind blowing explosion of hits –
Stairway to Heaven, Kashmir, Immigrant Song, Black Dog, Whole Lotta Love, Celebration Day, Rock and Roll, The Rain Song, Tangerine, Dazed and Confused and more.
Hammer of the Gods is seriously hard and sensual rock played to authentic, thumping scores by a 40 piece ensemble as vocally aggressive as it is orchestrally magnificent.
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