Blues rock singer Deborah Bonham rings her UK tour to the region on Friday.
Bonham is on the road touring in support of her latest album Looking Back at the Moon – a collection of sessions from 1985 to 1991.
The sister of Led Zeppelin drummer John, Deborah has toured and performed with Robert Plant, Van Halen, Foreigner and Ozzy Osbourne.
Plant has previously joined Bonham on stage unannounced to a delirious crowd at one of her shows to perform Led Zeppelin’s When The Levee Breaks with her band and then Johnny Kidd & The Pirates’ classic, Shakin’ All Over.
While supporting Foreigner, the band invited her to duet on I Want To Know What Love Is.
This year, enhanced versions of all her studio albums are been released.
Deborah Bonham plays the Wavendon venue on Friday, July 22.
Doors open at 8pm, tickets cost £12.50 in advance before fees. For more details, visit www.stables.org