There was a Whole Lotta Love as rock legend Robert Plant played a homecoming gig in the Black Country.
The West Bromwich born rocker took to the stage at the Civic Hall in Wolverhampton with his new band Robert Plant Presents Sensational Space Shifters.
But the avid Wolves fan also went back to his musical roots by performing Led Zeppelin hits including Babe I’m Gonna Leave You and Whole Lotta Love.
More than 3,000 people turned out to see the 65-year-old, who was once voted the ‘greatest voice in rock’.
Fans said the West Bromwich-born rocker still knew how to put on a show.
John Hendley, aged 63, of Merry Hill, said: “Just shut your eyes and the years simply roll back – or rock back, as the case may be.
“He’s still got a great voice and a fantastic stage presence.”
Richard Dales, who has been a Led Zeppelin fan since the age of 17, travelled from Stourbridge to see the concert with his wife Helen.
“The show was absolutely awesome,” said 61-year-old Mr Dales.
“Just seeing him perform Whole Lotta Love live was incredible.
“The musicians around him were excellent too – he just had the audience in the palm of his hand.”