CODA - a Tribute to Led Zeppelin are performing at Eastbourne College Theatre on Saturday September 22.
The band consists of local GP Rob Deery who practises at the Arlington Road Medical Practice in Eastbourne taking on the multi-instrumental role of John Paul Jones, cabinet maker, and also the Jimmy Page of the group, Adam Rose-Alison who makes fine furniture at his workshop in Selmeston for Lignae, www.lignae.co.uk, singer Peter Byrne who lives in East Grinstead, and drummer and band leader Simon Wicker, who lives in Bexhill and works as an administrator in Eastbourne.
Together these four musicians have been busy wowing crowds all over the UK and beyond as they play the music of Led Zeppelin with an incredibly authentic sound, thanks to some amazing replica guitars made by guitarist Adam, as well as a fantastic look courtesy of replica costumes created by their singer Peter, as well as band assistant Fiona Goble.
On September 7 1968, Led Zeppelin debuted to the world in a school hall in Gladsaxe, Copenhagen, and Led Zeppelin tribute band CODA travelled all the way to Copenhagen to play at the very same venue, exactly 50 years to the day.
They played to more than 400 Led Zeppelin fans, including many who were lucky to be present at that historic show, as well as some very special guests. Jorgen Angel, who took the very first live pictures of Led Zeppelin and went on to become a respected rock photographer, was there to talk about Led Zeppelin’s debut concert,
Tickets for their show in Eastbourne are on sale now via www.onlineticketseller.com, and earlybird tickets are £10 plus booking fee.
To find out more visit www.codaledzeppelintributeband.co.uk