The three surviving members of Led Zeppelin are reuniting next month for their first full concert since disbanding 27 years ago, but what everyone wants to know is whether this is a precursor to a world concert tour? Or a new CD of original material? Or both?
Neither guitarist Jimmy Page nor bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones ruled out anything yesterday, in separate telephone interviews, according to the Toronto Sun.
Page, Jones, singer Robert Plant and drummer Jason Bonham — son of the fourth member of Zeppelin, John Bonham, who died in 1980 — are playing a two-hour set Nov. 26 at the 02 Arena in London, England, as part of a tribute concert in aid of the Ahmet Ertegun Education Fund. Ertegun was the forward-thinking Atlantic Records executive who signed Zeppelin to a record deal in 1968.