Confirmed, Led Zeppelin to Consider More Reunion Gigs
Although denials have been repeatedly spurted out, Led Zeppelin never came closer to another reunion concert than this. The band is holding a band meeting on an unspecified date later this month, John Paul Jones can reveal.
The bassist told Rolling Stone magazine of what may be one of the their fans' greatest hopes. He said, "There is a band meeting in January. It could be fun to do more stuff."
When asked what was his general response when people ask "What's next?", Jones answered "Nobody's asked me since the gig! Before, it was 'We've got to wait and see 'til after the gig.' But we'll start talking to each other soon."
The band had their first reunion over a century at London's O2 on December 10, 2007. It had been crowned one of the greatest rock moments of 2007. The band had previously denied that they will stretch the one-off gig to a reunion, saying that the demand is "greedy".
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