‘The Song Remains the Same’ – A Led Zeppelin tribute

2015-07-08 06:00
Donovan Hattingh, Lloyd Martin, Cedric Vandenschrik and Joe van den Linden.

Donovan Hattingh, Lloyd Martin, Cedric Vandenschrik and Joe van den Linden. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THE perennial popularity of 70s supergroup Led Zeppelin continues as Centrestage presents The Song Remains the Same – A tribute to Led Zeppelin for two nights at the Music Kitchen on July 16 and 17.

The show will be fronted by long-time Zeppelin fan and dynamic frontman Cedric Vandenschrik in the role of Robert Plant, along with Centrestage’s previous musical director Donovan Hattingh, back from Dubai for a short stint, as Jimmy Page.

“Every blue moon when Donovan, Joe van der Linden, Lloyd Martin and myself find ourselves in the same geographical location, the first question on everybody’s lips is always… are we going to do the Led Zeppelin show again?,” enthused Vandenschrik.

“Well it seems that the time has come again to dust off the violin bow, take out the mandolin and crank the volume up a notch!”

. Shows start at 7:30pm. Tickets are R130 per person or R120 per person when booking six or more. Call Wendy on 082 661 6921 to book your ticket

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