Following in the footsteps of David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and The Who, Led Zeppelin could be the latest music veterans to be making a return to the spotlight. Having built up an impressive reputation over decades, fans of Led Zeppelin both young and old have voiced their excitement for a possible reunion.
Robert Plant, the 64-year-old front man of the band, suggested to Australian TV show 60 minutes that the band may get back together, saying that he is waiting to hear back from fellow band mates Jimmy Page, 69, and John Paul Jones, 67. The band last reformed in 2007 for a one-off gig in London, but Plant blocked the potential for a full come-back tour back then.
Fans all across the globe will be ecstatic if a tour does go ahead, and the crowds are sure to demand plenty from the rockers before they head off stage for a rinse in walk in showers. The latest band to prove that experience counts for a lot in the music industry, who knows what more is to come from the world’s veteran musicians?
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