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By Somerset Guardian  |  Posted: January 31, 2013

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After 12 years with the same line up (and having just beaten the length of time Led Zeppelin were together), Whole Lotta Led have undergone a change in line-up.

Sixteen years on from their formation, the band have recently changed their singer and drummer ad have increased to a five piece with the addition of a keyboard player.

New vocalist is Lee Pryor who has an impressive four octave vocal range which enables him to hit all the high notes, with great ease and accuracy, that Robert Plant was so famous for.

Filling the drum stool is Charlie Hart, a lifelong Zep fan, who is relishing playing the amazing drum parts of his hero John Bonham.

Last but by no means least is David Wykeham-Geroge who as well as playing keyboards will also be doubling up on guitar.

Founder members Nick Ferris (guitar) and Geoff Hunt (bass) are delighted to be working with members of equal quality and musicianship thus maintaining the exceptionally high standard of the band.

The band have always eschewed the use of wigs and costumes, instead they concentrate on the music and endeavour to perform the songs as near as possible to the original album versions.

Catch them at Frome's Cheese and Grain on February 8.

Wednesday, February 6 sees a great double bill at the weekly Roots Sessions at Frome's Olive Tree.

First up is Frome's own Julian Hight, author and also known as Bugs, the frontman of his own band the Collaborators.

This session will see a solo appearance by The Pigeons who will be making a welcome return.

A great four piece who write solid material and perform it to a great standard.

Music starts from 8.45pm and admission is free.

South Divide, an alternative/pop band based in Bristol, visit Midsomer Norton's Wunderbar tonight.

Forming during the first month of university towards the end of 2011, they have already made a mark on the South West music scene. Their first EP, Play The Game was released in October and is influenced by bands such as Coldplay, Mumford and Sons and The Killers.

Saturday sees the return of punk oiks What's The Point?

Playing all your favourite punk covers, this popular Frome-based are not to be missed.

Music starts about 9pm and admission is free on both nights.

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