A tribute act paying homage to two of the world’s greatest rock bands, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin, is coming to the Apex in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday.
Whether or not you have experienced the original bands live, Purple Zeppelin will bring back the raw energy and excitement generated by those incredible musicians.
As featured in BBC TV documentary The Joy of the Guitar Riff, alongside musicians Brian May, Tony Iommi and Dave Grohl, Purple Zeppelin are four talented and versatile musicians with decades of experience between them.
Genuine admirers of both Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin, the group was voted Best Tribute Act 2012.
However, Purple Zeppelin’s show is more than just a band rocking through the greatest hits.
It is a theatrical insight into two rock giants, with special effects, on stage ‘artistic differences’ and even some audience participation.
From Black Night, Strange Kind of Woman and Smoke on the Water to Kashmir, Whole Lotta Love and Rock & Roll, audiences will be treated to more than 30 songs in one spectacular show.
Also look out for Ritchie Blackmore’s lute, Jimmy Page’s twin neck guitar and theremin, and a special violin bow solo.
To book tickets to see Purple Zeppelin, contact the Apex box office on 01284 758000 or go to theapex.co.uk.