The guitarist is humbled by the demand for their reunion show tickets
[b]Jimmy Page[/b] has today hinted in an interview that he would possibly consider playing some more [b]Led Zeppelin[/b] reunion shows.
The band are currently set to perform a highly anticipated one-off reunion concert at London’s 02 Arena on December 10, as part of a tribute to the late Atlantic Records’ founder Ahmet Ertegun.
Page who’s fractured finger has delayed the show by two weeks, told [b]The Mirror[/b] newspaper: “At the moment, I’m told we’re doing one gig. That’s a bit unfortunate for all the people that would have liked to have seen us, but I can understand why some of the other members don’t want to be touring.”
Page also spoke about the humbling demand for tickets, saying: “I knew there would be a demand for tickets but I hadn’t expected that sort of overwhelming demand. It’s wonderful that people hold [b]Zeppelin[/b] in that sort of regard.”
Speaking about the band getting together for the first time in years, the guitarist said: “We had the first rehearsal in May or June just to get together and see how we got on and whether it would be a goer, and straight away it was boom!”
Read Page’s interview here.