Recently, in an interview, singer Robert Plant of the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin hinted at the band reuniting again next year. They reunited in 2007 with late drummer John Bonham's son, Jason, also a drummer, taking his place.
"I've got nothing to do in 2014," Plant teased to the Australian equivalent of 60 Minutes, Rolling Stone reports.
Led Zeppelin's last reunion took place for only one night on December 10, 2007 at London's O2 Arena. Drummer Jason Bonham drummed in place of his place of his father the late John Bonham. . John Bonham died on September 25, 1980 at the age of 32. He drank copious amounts and inhaled his own vomit. The death was ruled accidental.
Wednesday, through his Facebook page, Jason Bonham reacted to Robert Plant's claims of another Led Zeppelin reunion.
"I just watched Robert's interview, where he says he's free in 2014!!!!! Not sure how to read it. What do you guys think? JB"
Back in 2010, Bonham revealed that Led Zeppelin got "real close" touring without Plant, Stereoboard reports. "We (Jason Bonham, John Paul Jones, and Jimmy Page) did a year of writing and putting stuff together," Jason said. He also disclosed that during that time Steven Tyler and Myles Kennedy had auditioned to be the band's new lead singer.
In 2012, Led Zeppelin's 2007 reunion show was released as "Celebration Day." In an interview with Rolling Stone, fellow Zeppelin member Jimmy Page said the Led Zeppelin reunion tour never happened because Robert Plant was "busy."
Plant responded to this accusation in his recent interview saying both John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page are Capricorns, blaming this on the fact that they're "quite contained in their own worlds." He claimed the two leave all Led Zeppelin plans to him, and told the interviewer, "I'm not the bad guy...You need to see the Capricorns."
Jimmy Page has been "quite contained" in his "own world" remastering a number of Led Zeppelin albums and starring in John Varvatos menswear campaign.