And while Plant has distanced himself from further reunions taking place in the past, that hasn't stopped the rumours that something is happening behind the scenes, after he posted the message "Any time now..."
Led Zeppelin fansites, conspiracy theorists and obsessive chroniclers alike are claiming Led Zeppelin will be reforming - well, as much as a band where a linchpin member died 37 years ago can - in order to play the Desert Trip festival in California.
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It must be noted that Plant has been working on a new album with his current group, The Sensational Space Shifters, and it seems more likely that the message is teasing impending news about that project. In fact, the 2017 Desert Trip Festival hasn't even been officially scheduled.
The last time Led Zeppelin got together was the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert at London's O2 Arena in 2007. Jason is the son of late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.
Next year marks the band's 50-year anniversary and that's fueling rumors that the band is looking for a way to celebrate. It was a highly praised performance, one that was immortalised in the 2012 concert film Celebration Day.
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