LONDON (Reuters) – Led Zeppelin have postponed a one-off comeback concert in London because guitarist Jimmy Page has broken his finger, the promoters announced this week.

The concert will now take place on December 10 and all tickets for the original concert on November 26 will be valid, a statement said.

The injury happened last weekend and Page will not be able to play guitar for three weeks, a statement quoted a specialist as saying.

“I am disappointed that we are forced to postpone the concert by two weeks,” Page, 63, told Reuters.

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