Robert Plant Fuels Led Zeppelin Reunion Rumors

Robert Plant Fuels Led Zeppelin Reunion Rumors

Robert Plant Fuels Led Zeppelin Reunion Rumors

A short, mysterious message on legendary rocker Robert Plant's website has Led Zeppelin fans in a frenzy, speculating about a possible reunion of the iconic rock band.

It is nearly the band's 50th anniversary, which happens in 2018, and sources have claimed to Feel Numb that the reunion rumours are due to that. HOWEVER, others are saying it is simply a redesign of his site with a possible album announcement for a new set with his band the Sensational Space Shifters as they have not released a new album since 2014's Lullaby and the Ceaseless Roar.

Speculation is now rife that classic rock legends Led Zeppelin may be reuniting for this October's Desert Trip festival in Indio, CA. The October festival in Indio, California could make history if these rumors are true.

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Website Feel Numb claims: "I have some well placed sources in the industry telling me that Robert Plant has agreed to reunite Led Zeppelin for Desert Trip 2017".

It's worth noting Led Zeppelin reunited once before in 2007 for the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert at the O2 Arena in London. Jason Bonham sat in on drums for the late John Bonham. It was a highly praised performance, one that was immortalised in the 2012 concert film Celebration Day. From left to right, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham (1947 - 1980) and John Paul Jones.

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