Wednesday, September 19, 2007


In what could be a landmark reformation, Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, and bassist John Paul Jones, the irrefutable, thunderous pioneers of hard rock, have reportedly agreed to reunite for the first time in nearly twenty years for a one-off memorial gig in honor of late Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. But if all goes smoothly, the band, alongside deceased drummer John Bonham's son Jason skins, have reportedly exposed a full tour may lie in the imminent future.

"Page, Plant, and Jones spoke and agreed to do the memorial concert. They are waiting for a definite date," an unidentified source told Yahoo! Music. "And no one can quite believe it, but during discussions about the concert they all gave the green light to a tour if it all does well and they don't all fall out." In response, bloggers are (pun intended) dazed and confused and awaiting confirmation for what could be the hottest ticket of the century. But others question the validity of the source's claims, citing numerous reunion rumors over the years, while some question the aging rockers' ability to shred the same youthful, fiery tunes considering the substantial time lapsed since their last appearance together on stage.

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