LEGENDARY tribute band Fred Zeppelin are coming to Halesowen as they celebrate 25 years of performing together.

Named by Kerrang as one of the top ten best live bands, Fred Zeppelin will be playing at the Townsend Social Club in Stourbridge Road on January 5.

The Midlands-based band have been paying tribute to 1970s rock band for 25 years and have had Kidderminster-born frontman Robert Plant attend three of their gigs.

Drummer Steve Black, bassist Kevin Brown and guitarist Keith Jenkins formed the band in 1993 with the aim to reproduce note-for-note the music of Led Zeppelin without dressing up.

The line-up has changed in the last 20 years with vocalist Rob Bloomer being replaced with Steven Gale and bassist Kevin Brown with Elliot Gavin.

Tickets for the Halesowen gig, which starts at 8pm on Friday, January 5, cost £10 on the door, but are available in advance at www.wegottickets.com/event/420510.

The four members of Fred Zeppelin are fans and formed 'The Freds' out of their admiration and love of Led Zeppelin’s music.