Robert Plant is an English vocalist and musician who became an international star as the frontman for ’70s rock icon Led Zeppelin. After the band split in 1980, Plant pursued a solo career, which has earned him critical acclaim and commercial success. Including his 1982 solo debut “Pictures at Eleven,” Plant has released about a dozen solo and collaborative albums.

Plant’s most recent work has been a partnership with bluegrass musician Alison Krauss, with whom he created the award-winning October 2007 release “Raising Sand.” The pair toured together to support the project throughout 2008, visiting concert halls and theaters across North America and Europe.

Though Plant is dedicated to his solo work, speculation risen several times in recent years as to whether Plant would regroup with surviving Led Zeppelin members Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones for a tour. While his former bandmates and sources close to the group have been persistent that something is in the works, Plant has repeatedly denied desiring any involvement with a new Led Zeppelin project.

Although Led Zeppelin’s lead singer Robert Plant has insisted that he has no plans to tour or record with his former band, that hasn’t stopped the speculation from continuing. Recently, conjecture about an upcoming regrouping and tour was redoubled by Zep’s bassist John Paul Jones. According to published reports,... Read more
In the final stretch of her 2008 residency at Caesers Palace in Las Vegas, Cher is just one of the major acts making her last curtain call during the week ending October 6 as compiled by TicketNews. The iconic and glitzy singer, who signed a 200-show deal for a... Read more
Today’s tour recap features quelled reunion speculation, new tour announcements and more as compiled by TicketNews on September 29, 2008. At the top of today’s news, Robert Plant has made an official statement regarding the persistent speculation about a possible 2009 Led Zeppelin reunion tour. The iconic musician voiced... Read more
After growing tabloid speculation on a full-blown Led Zeppelin reunion tour, former lead singer Robert Plant announced that all the stories are false. According to a September 29 post on Plant’s Web site, the iconic musician has “no intention whatsoever of touring with anyone for at least the next... Read more
Riding on the success of their critically acclaimed album” Raising Sand” and summer tour, Robert Plant and Allison Krauss have confirmed a new leg of dates for the fall beginning on September 23 in Kansas City, MO and ending on October 5 in Saratoga, CA. The nine additional dates... Read more
With rumors flowing on both sides of the pond about a Led Zeppelin tour, the latest word is a no go, according to vocalist Robert Plant. In a recent interview in the Sunday Mirror in London, Plant reportedly has turned down £100million (about $200 million) for a world tour.... Read more
By Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner The unique pairing of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, whose “Raising Sand” album has emerged as one of the past year’s major critical and word-of-mouth sales success stories, has resulted in an extensive U.S. and European tour starting April 20. After a brief... Read more
Led Zeppelin Reunion Concert London – O2 Arena – 12/10/2007 Set List Good Times, Bad Times Ramble On Black Dog In My Time of Dying For Your Life (first ever live performance)… Trampled Underfoot Nobody’s Fault But Mine No Quarter Since I’ve Been Lovin’ You Dazed and Confused Stairway... Read more

Led Zeppelin to Tour US?

November 23, 2007 0

A Led Zeppelin U.S. tour would no doubt be one of the biggest ticket sellers in 2008. Given the way Van Halen tickets sold this year, a Zeppelin reunion tour would sell like golden hot cakes. . . Of course, Zeppelin reunion tours are often rumor fodder. But, there... Read more
UK’s Seatwave.com To Host Online Auction By Alfred Branch, Jr. Super group Led Zeppelin has set a starting bid price of ₤5,000 (or roughly $10,000) per pair for three pairs of tickets the band will auction off Tuesday, Nov. 13, for its reunion concert scheduled for Dec. 10. Proceeds... Read more