Surviving Led Zeppelin members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones staged a reunion of sorts in London today (September 21st) as the classic band’s live DVD Celebration Day received its official premiere.
The concert film was aired to a select bunch of journalists in the Odeon West End, after which the trio took part in a Q&A session when a full live return for the band wasn’t ruled out.
According to NME.com, Jimmy Page evasively answered, ‘Can I just ask you all if you enjoyed the film?’ when quizzed on whether the gig had excited them enough to regroup again, while Robert Plant added it would be ‘kiss and tell’ when further pressed on the subject.
Celebration Day captures Led Zeppelin – together with Jason Bonham, son of their late drummer John - making a storming live return back in December 2007 at the O2 Arena in London when they reunited for a tribute concert in memory of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, who had sadly died soon after a tragic accident a year earlier.
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