Led Zep Would Not Have Reformed If Not For Family

Led Zep Would Not Have Reformed If Not For Family

[b]Robert Plant[/b] has explained how [b]Led Zeppelin[/b] would not have reformed for Monday's reunion gig (December 10) if they didnt have the family connection with their new drummer.

Jason Bonham, the late John Bonham's son will be drumming with the group for the one-off reunion show at the O2 Arena.

Singer Robert Plant has said it was important that they kept the reunion within the 'family. Speaking to The Sun's Something For The Weekend today, he said: "I've know the Bonham family since I was 15 and I know Pat, John's widow. I've know Jason since he was born."

He added:"I've spent so much time talking to Jason over the years. He's such a good guy and I've got very close. Jason's such a great drummer and he's now in his reformation character."

Don't forget to vote for your ultimate Led Zeppelin set list here: Rate The Song we'll be publishing the final scores on Monday, ahead of Monday night's highly anticipated gig!

UNCUT.CO.UK and will both be at the reunion gig, bringing you comprehensive coverage of the Tribute To Ahmet Ertegun Concert at the 02 Arena.

We've already started our daily Led Zep countdown to December 10, and on the night we will have live coverage straight from the 02 Arena including news, pictures and a special blog.

Stay tuned for all the action.

Pic credit: Rex Features


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