IF you're a fan of Led Zeppelin waiting for them to come back then you’ll probably have a long wait – Led Into Zeppelin might be your next best option.

Not only do they have a true authentic sound and perform all the classic Led Zeppelin songs. they also have professional 1970s custom made outfits.

And they were the Zeppelin tribute act chosen to perform Whole Lotta Love live on BBC Radio 2 as part of the 100 Greatest Riffs of all time – with Jimmy Page.

The four-piece recreate Led Zeppelin’s back catalogue note for note, evoking memories of the real thing.

The band comprises Paul Bradshaw as Robert Plant on vocals, Bram Duckworth as Jimmy Page on electric guitar, Nigel Clutterbuck as John Paul Jones on bass and David Holt as John Bonham on drums.

Paul has toured all over Europe since the 1990s and is recognised as one of the best Robert Plant impersonators in the business. Bram Duckworth is an accomplished musician who can play the guitar in any style from jazz to rock. You can also expect Bram to emulate Jimmy Page’s stage presence, complete with high jumps.

Nigel Clutterbuck has played bass for over 30 years and performed alongside 1980s rock band Dare, which was fronted by former Thin Lizzy keyboardist Darren Wharton. Finally, drummer David Holt is completely self-taught and has worked with Craig David, Simply Red and The Stone Roses among others.

Support is from Darlington band The Abandoned Brothers.

l Led Into Zeppelin, The Forum Music Centre, Darlington, DL1 1SG, on Friday, December 29. Tickets are £10 from the Forum on 01325 363135.