THURSDAY 18 APRIL 2024
Doors 7pm Show 7.30pm
Get ready for London Calling! There’s a new show on the road and if you are a fan of Queen, Led Zeppelin, or Rod Stewart you simply can’t miss it. This high quality tribute act utilizing the phenomenal talents of the best performers in the business will be coming to a venue near you soon. Promising a once in a lifetime chance to see the superstars and legends of British rock perform not only all your favourite hits, but together, London Calling will also feature a band worthy of such legends.
ROD STEWART performed by Rob Caudill: Rob Caudill spent 15 years in Las Vegas performing his high energy, critically acclaimed, international tribute act. All his life people told him he looked and sounded like Rod so when it was suggested to him by Joe Walsh of The Eagles that he give it a shot, he did and has never looked back. Audiences believe its Rod on the stage with women screaming themselves hoarse in
“…Robs voice and look is unbelievable. It is like looking at Rod Stewart himself”
John Entwhistle of “The Who”.
FREDDIE MERCURY performed by Fernando Castro: Fernando Castro is the first Freddie Mercury tribute artist to headline on the Las Vegas Strip. Widely regarded and acclaimed as the only tribute act with the gift of Freddie’s voice, Fernando embraces this blessing as a responsibility: to preserve his legacy and his spirit & music alive.
ROBERT PLANT performed by Michael Anderson: Michael Anderson has been performing the role of Robert Plant in Led Zeppelin Legacy bands for 20 years. His uncanny similarity both in looks and vocals has taken him around the world numerous times. “He is the best, It is like experiencing the original in his heyday”.
London Calling will showcase the best of British Rock from the 70’s and 80’s in a spectacular stage show featuring many of the most beloved and favorite songs of all time. Appealing to young and older audiences alike there’ll be something there to delight everyone. LONDON CALLING is an incredible line-up of talent that will have you believing that you’ve seen Freddie Mercury, Robert Plant and Rod Stewart together in a concert of supernova proportions.