'Door Is Open' For Rolling Stones To Play Led Zepp Show

'Door Is Open' For Rolling Stones To Play Led Zepp Show

Following the news that Led Zeppelin ARE to reform after all, concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith has hinted that there may be another reunion on November 26.

Speaking today (September 12) at the press conference to announce the Led Zeppelin tribute show - Goldsmith said that the 'door is open' to the Rolling Stones to perform on the night. The band were signed to [b]Atlantic Records[/b] in the US throughout the 70s.

The tribute fundraising show is to takes place at the [b]O2 Arena[/b] in London will be the band's first full show in 22 years, will also see performances from [b]Pete Townshend, Foreigner, Paolo Nutini[/b] and [b]Bill Wyman And The Rhythm Kings[/b] who will back the other three acts.

[b]Wyman And The Rhythm Kings[/b] are to be the shows' 'house band' so if Jagger makes a solo appearance it is feasible the two could perform onstage together.

Tickets for the show cost £125 each and are limited to two per person and will be distributed by random ballot only.

Those wishing to go must register on to be in the ballot. Registration closes on Monday lunchtime (September 17), while any tickets that appear on online auction sites afterwards will be immediately cancelled.


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