And Here We Go Again...Robert Plant Hints at a Led Zeppelin Reunion Tour

Maybe...probably not....definitely no.  Led Zeppelin fans have been through the ringer over the last five years with hints and rumors about a possible tour in the wake of their 2007 on-off reunion.
Robert Plant is the latest to re-raise those hopes in an interview on the Australian version of 60 Minutes. In the interview, he said that it wasn't all his decision on whether there would be a tour. "The two other guys are Capricorns. They don’t say a word. They’re quite contained in their own worlds and they leave it to me… I’m not the bad guy. You need to see the Capricorns. I've got nothing to do in 2014."

That statement, of course, could just be a tease or something could very well come along in 2014 that peaks Robert's interest more, so nobody should be buying plane tickets and making hotel reservations just yet.

You can see the whole interview at the 60 Minutes site.

1 comment

Anonymous said...

Jimmy Page has said there will be a release of vinyl albums with outtakes and bonus material. Jimmy Page said he was ready to go on limited Led Zeppelin tour, but was waiting for Robert Plant to finish his current engagements. The albums will be out mid 2013 through 2014, and they plan on getting together to "have some fun with some old friends" For a real treat try to listen to the rehearsals for the 2007 reunion concert. These are some of the best CD's put out live or studio that the band has done. This was a loose rehearsal, but an amazing studio recording. This was not a live /soundboard. Can't wait. Heading over to the Rainbow room to chat it up with Jimmy some more.

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