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[31 Mar 2010 | 2 Comments | 6,704 views]

Boot Led Zeppelin successfully revived the spirit of Led Zeppelin’s Earls Court 1975 shows with a marathon performance at the Shepherds Bush Empire last Saturday. 
Radio One DJ Fearne Cotton introduced the band on stage to a very enthusiastic crowd. For the next three hours, Boot Led Zep looked the part, sounded the part and even spoke the part –singer Luke Ward adapting Robert Plant’s between song intros and patter from the original Earls Court shows. This added yet more authenticity to a performance that celebrated the 35th anniversary of those …

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[11 Sep 2009 | 2 Comments | 536 views]
Charity Auction Update

This summary from ABC Trustee Graeme Hutchinson…
Charity Auction Update from the Knebworth 30th Anniversary Lytton Arms Celebration Day
Through the raffle, charity auction and the sale of memorabilia, we were able to raise an impressive £1147.69 for ABC Trust at the Lytton Arms event. A BIG THANK YOU to all the fans in attendance who supported our cause. For more information about ABC Trust please visit our website www.abctrust.org.uk .

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[30 Jul 2009 | One Comment | 5,677 views]
Knebworth 30th Anniversary Celebration Day

Knebworth 30th Anniversary Then As It Was Celebration Day Latest: Tickets still available, Itinerary Announced

There’s still time to order tickets for the Knebworth 30th Anniversary Celebration Day being staged On Saturday August 8th 2009 at The Lytton Arms Park Lane, Old Knebworth SG3 6QB (www.lyttonarms.co.uk)
Admission by advance ticket only price – £10 (includes buffet meal) – order now!
To reserve your ticket please send £10 cheque (payable to D.Lewis) to 14 Totnes Close, Bedford MK40 3AX
Please include your e-mail address – confirmation of your reservation will be acknowledged via e-mail/ e-ticket
This …

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[30 Jul 2009 | No Comment | 2,667 views]
Knebworth Count Down / Not Ten Years Gone

As I write, the Knebworth countdown is on – with 6 days to go to the actual 30th anniversary of the first show, and 10 days to go before the return to Knebworth Celebration Day Event. The Knebworth book is currently at the printers and may well arrive next Tuesday which would be quite fitting.
Graeme and I are travelling over to Old Knebworth tomorrow to check last details at the Lytton Arms.
Trawling through my diary of 30 years ago, my Knebworth countdown back then included the purchasing of a …

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[23 Jun 2009 | One Comment | 3,398 views]
It Might Be Brilliant / More Spot / More Kneb / Get well Gerard

The clips and media coverage of the ‘It Might Get Loud’ film blazed out a simple message in my view.
Jimmy Page has still got it. In spades.
He looked well at ease at the press conference and ever articulate. Even on the few short clips released, this film is sure to be essential viewing. The jam on In My Time Of Dying with Jimmy playing the Gibson Custom looks amazing. Amongst his peers The Edge and Jack White, Jimmy is every bit the regal statesmen of the guitar. With new …

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[2 Jun 2009 | One Comment | 6,439 views]
On August 8th all roads lead back to Knebworth…

Tight But Loose / Voiceprint present
Then As It Was
A 30th anniversary Knebworth Celebration Day and official launch of the new book Then As It Was – Led Zeppelin At Knebworth 1979 30 Years Gone
On Saturday August 8 2009 at The Lytton Arms
Park Lane, Old Knebworth SG3 6QB (www.lyttonarms.co.uk)
Join us to mark the momentous 30th anniversary of the last UK Led Zeppelin gigs in the very area the historic events unfolded on August 4th and 11th 1979
Main events kick off at 3pm and run through to 11pm
Dave Lewis will be signing …

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[5 Apr 2009 | 6 Comments | 3,626 views]
Across the Borders / One Silver Wedding and a Funeral

Well as of Monday April 6 I will be back in gainful employment. I have a new job working at the Borders store in Milton Keynes.
Borders is primarily a major book selling outlet and also sells Magazines, DVD’s and CD’s –the MK store has a Paperchase concession selling designer stationary and a Starbucks café.
It’s the bottom rung in but a foot in the door and as the singer once said ‘’everything that’s small has to grow’’ and it will bring in much needed regular income.
So ends six weeks …

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[22 Nov 2008 | No Comment | 2,650 views]

Graeme Hutchinson has filed this feedback report on the recent Croydon Convention…
I just wanted to thank you all and provide an update on the 40th Anniversary Concert held last Friday at Fairfield Halls , Croydon:
Besides the tribute concert performance from the mighty Boot-Led-Zeppelin we were able to provide a number of other attractions for fans to enjoy in the lead up to the live show.
• Dave Lewis, Gary Foy and Cliff Hilliard were there on behalf of Tight But Loose displaying many rare photos and sharing decades of memories about …