Led Zeppelin might totally be getting back together in 2014—or not
Five years after the band played its last show together—a one-off at London’s O2 arena in December 2007—Led Zeppelin may be getting back together. Of course the legendary group might also not be getting back together. Robert Plant told Australia’s version of 60 Minutes that he’d be open to a reunion because he’s “got nothing to do in 2014.” So, yes, definitely, buy those plane tickets to Coachella now.
Following the 2007 show, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were willing to tour as a band, but Plant wasn’t into it. According to Rolling Stone, the duo considered finding a replacement for Plant for some shows, but eventually scrapped the plan.
Ever the hippie, Plant blamed Page and Jones’ common astrological sign for previous reunion opportunities not coming to fruition, saying, “They don’t say a word. They’re quite contained in their own worlds and they leave it to me. I’m not the bad guy… You need to see the Capricorns.”