Could more shows be 'fun to do'?
Led Zeppelin are planning to meet up this month to discuss the possibility of new tour plans, Rolling Stone reports.
The band, who played their first full show in 27 years at the Ahmet Ertegun tribute concert at London’s 02 Arena last month, last month are to discuss what’s next on their agenda – refuellng speculation that Led Zep will play further live dates.
John Paul Jones, Led Zeppelin’s bassist told the US publication: “There is a band meeting in January. It could be fun to do more stuff.”
In the interview, Jones went on to talk about the day of the reunion gig last month, saying: “I sat around playing banjo all day. It calms me down. For every show we’ve ever done, there is always hype, expectancy.“For us, it was just, ‘Let’s get on and do it.’ Obviously, there was quite a reception when we did get out there.”
Meanwhile, Robert Plant is taking his duets album Raising Sand on the road with collaborator Alison Krauss in May.
The pair will play the following venues in Europe:
Birmingham, NIA (May 5)
Manchester, Apollo (7)
Cardiff, International Arena (8)
London, Wembley Arena (22)
Dusseldorf, Philipshalle (10)
Brussells, Forest National Club (11)
Paris, Le Grand Rex Theatre (13)
Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall (14)
Stockholm, Hovet (Ice Hall) (16)
Oslo, Spektrum (18)
Bergen, Bergenshalle (19)
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