Led Zeppelin Concert Film Is Released; No Reunion Planned
10:07 p.m. | Updated The three surviving members of Led Zeppelin made it clear on a visit to New York City on Tuesday to promote their concert film “Celebration Day” that they have no plans to reunite for another concert, much less for a tour or for a new album.
“Sorry,” said John Paul Jones, the bassist, when he was asked what he would say to fans who wanted to see the group play again “in the flesh.” Jimmy Page, the band’s guitarist and founder, said a reunion “seems unlikely,” given the band’s members have not worked together since the 2007 concert at London’s 02 Arena that is the subject of the new film.
And Robert Plant, the vocalist, batted away another reporter’s question about a possible reunion with a joke: “We’ve been thinking about all sorts of things,” he said. He paused for a beat. “Then we can’t remember what we’ve been thinking about.”...
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