Robert Plant says there is ''zero'' chance the band will come together for a live performance anytime soon, but guitarist Jimmy Page was confident fans would be keen for another show.
Robert Plant has ruled out a reunion show with Led Zeppelin.
The legendary frontman claims there is ''zero'' chance the band will come together for a live performance anytime soon, but guitarist Jimmy Page is confident fans would be keen for another show.
Jimmy told the BBC: ''I'm sure people would love to hear it. I'm not the one to be asking, I don't sing.''
The comments will come as a disappointment for fans who had hoped the group - also made up of Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones - would do a repeat of their last big show at the 02 in December 2007, where they were joined by drummer Jason Bonham, son of the band's late John Bonham.
Meanwhile, the band are set to unveil a string of unheard tracks and early recordings when they reissue their first three albums on June 7.
Jimmy explained he felt ''reassured'' listening back to the group's early recordings, as he mused: ''It's undeniable that we're good, the band was the real deal.''
He also promised there will be ''lots of surprises'' on the reissues when the group's final three albums are re-released in 2015.
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