Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page denied that the band will have another reunion show in the near future but said that they are free after Fall.
Dying fans of Led Zeppelin should not put down their hopes for another reunion gig. The band's guitarist, Jimmy Page, announced that there won't be any Led Zeppelin appearance, at least not before September.
Page attended a press conference in Tokyo, Japan on Monday, January 28 to promote the band's latest release 'The Mothership'. When asked whether there is further plan to get on stage, Page replied that vocalist Robert Plant has another project that he has to complete with Alison Krauss. "He's really busy with that project, certainly until September," Page explained. "So I can't give you any news on anything at the moment."
Page also revealed that their first reunion show at London's O2 last year took a lot of effort from all the members of the band. He said, "The amount of work that we put into the 02, both for ourselves rehearsing and also for the staging of it, was probably what you'd put into a world tour anyway."
Plant and Krauss released a joint album called 'Raising Sand' last year and will promote it with a world tour that kicks off April 20. Despite his busy schedule, Plant commented earlier this month on the possible reunion saying "You never know what is around the corner."