Plant, Page, and Jones May Reunite for Led Zeppelin 50th

Led Zeppelin may get together for their 50th anniversary, if only to see a concert.

I had a dream, a crazy dream. The rumors of a Led Zeppelin reunion were coming true and I wanted to know if I should sing along. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are in talks to do shows as Led Zeppelin for to celebrate the quartet’s 50th anniversary according to Metro.

It’s been ten years gone since Plant shared a stage with Page and the bassist/keyboardist/arranger John Paul Jones. Plant maintains he doesn’t like being on stage without the band’s late drummer John Bonham, whose son Jason has provided beats in earlier years. Of course the course may change.

Led Zeppelin reunited for the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert at the O2 Arena on December 10, 2007. “You can’t ever really go back,” Plant told The Telegraph in October. “It’s tough enough repeating yourself with something that’s a year old, never mind forty-nine years old. I’ve got to keep moving.”

The band will come together to celebrate their work, not for a reunion performance.  That hasn’t stopped a new rumor that Led Zeppelin will reunite to headline the UK’s Glastonbury Festival. Rock fans are betting on it. Led Zeppelin holds two to one odds.

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Metro reported the band is considering a celebration show where their songs will be interpreted by other bands, and take the stage for certain songs.

The band’s 50th anniversary in October will see the release of Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin, their new 368-page photo book.