The three living members of Led Zeppelin are teaming with the late John Bonham's son Jason on drums to play a one off gig on Nov. 26 in London, at a tribute to the late founder of Atlantic Records, Ahmet Ertegun, who signed Led Zeppelin in 1968.
From the Reuters article, concert organizer Harvey Goldsmith said:
"They thought about it very carefully, and even decided to actually rehearse for a few days to see if they could play together again," he told Reuters Television in an interview.
"I only asked them to do 30 minutes and they came back after a week's rehearsals and said they wanted to do a full show.
"So they obviously started to bond back together again. As far as I'm concerned, this is a one-off show, if something materializes after that, I'll be thrilled," Goldmsith added.
It's all very exciting but I just wonder if Plant can still sing any Zep songs? They have a lot to choose from, and I am sure they could put together a great set of songs that Plant can still sing. Still, I'd imagine there are many classics that are off limits to his voice, unless they tune down like the Police did.
So with The Police, Van Halen and now Zeppelin getting back together why oh why, Peter Gabriel, will you not just eat it and get back with Genesis to do some Lamb shows? I'd actually go see that one!