04 May, 2017
Next year marks the band's 50-year anniversary and that's fueling rumors that the band is looking for a way to celebrate.
The internet also is abuzz because Plant's website has gone black-except for three words: "Any time now".
Of course, Plant is known to be nearing completion of the recording of a new solo album, so the message could be simply referring to that.
The related gossip that places a prospective Led Zeppelin reunion gig at the upcoming Desert Trip festival seems to come from Feel Numb's recent post that cites "well placed sources in the industry" speaking of the possibility.
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Much like Guns N' Roses, we've been told for years that a Led Zeppelin reunion would never happen. In fact, the 2017 Desert Trip Festival hasn't even been officially scheduled.
It's been a decade since Led Zeppelin last performed live, which was for a one-off benefit concert in memory of the late music executive Ahmet Ertegun, one of the band's earliest supporters, at London's O2 Arena in December 2007. After all, it's been two-and-a-half years since he released the acclaimed Lullaby And...
The band lineup featured original members Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist John Paul Jones along with their newest recruit, Jason Bonham, on drums. The fourth member of the group, John Bonham, died in 1980.