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.

UK’s 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
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... Read more
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... Read more
The Guardian Unlimited is reporting that promoter Harvey Goldsmith has branded eBay the “biggest rip-off merchants in the world” after tickets to the forthcoming Led Zeppelin gig appeared for sale on the online auction website. Goldsmith, who helped persuade the band to reunite for a one-off show this November,... Read more
Registration for the chance to gain tickets to the Led Zeppelin tribute concert for the late Ahmet Ertegun will be extended two days, organizers announced Friday. During a 12-hour period on Thursday alone, nearly 90 million attempts were made to register for the ticket lottery. Well above 25 million... Read more
By Alfred Branch, Jr. For fans of a certain age, they’ll always remember where they were – and who they were with – when they first heard Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven.” And apparently, roughly 20 million fans are trying to relive the experience, according to a spokesperson for... Read more
According to NME.COM, LED ZEPPELIN will officially announce its reunion gig during a press conference on Wednesday, September 12 at the O2 Arena in London beginning at 4:00 p.m. BST. Singer Robert Plant reportedly confirmed last week that the rumors about LED ZEPPELIN reforming were in fact true. He... Read more
Six digits on the official website of Led Zeppelin was all it took yesterday to fuel fevered hopes that the longest-awaited and most-rumoured reunion in rock history is about to be announced – and spark a huge scramble for tickets. The surviving members of the British band widely held... Read more
Led Zeppelin’s concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith has fuelled reports the group are planning to reunite for the first time in 27 years – he’s warned fans not to buy bootleg concert tickets. . . The internet is awash with rumours the legendary rockers are reforming, with some websites even... Read more
Led Zeppelin fans will have a lot to celebrate this fall thanks to the release of three new titles in multiple configurations. First up on Nov. 13 via Atlantic/Rhino is a two-disc, 24-track best-of, “Mothership.” A deluxe reissue of the soundtrack to the 1976 concert film “The Song Remains... Read more