Robert Plant Again Rules Out Led Zeppelin Reunion

By Scott Munro

October 17, 2017

Robert Plant has once again ruled out the possibility of a Led Zeppelin reunion.

While he, guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist John Paul Jones reunited for the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert in London in 2007 with Jason Bonham taking his late father John’s place behind the drum kit, Plant has distanced himself from further reunions taking place in the past.

And in a new interview with the Daily Telegraph, Plant has once again closed down the possibility of any sort of reunion happening in the future.

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He says (via Radio X): “You can't ever really go back. It's tough enough repeating yourself with something that's a year old, never mind 49 years old. I've got to keep moving.”

Plant launched his new solo album Carry Fire last week and reports that he’s getting better with age. “My ability to mold any frame of mind to the temperature, tempo, and temperament of the music, it's getting closer,” he says.

The vocalist also admits that the death of so many in the music world over the last few years has made him more aware of his own legacy.

Read more at TeamRock.com

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