The fans of Led Zeppelin may at last see their dreams of a reunion tour, and possibly a new album, come true. Lead singer Robert Plant was featured on Sunday night's episode of Australia's "60 Minutes" and was grilled about Led Zeppelin doing more reunion shows and Plant had a surprising answer.
The band reunited for a 2007 show that was released last year as "Celebration Day."
"We just wanted to play and see what it was like and be good once," said Plant. "Because we'd been bad so many times in the interim since John passed away; it was time to be good … and we were."
Fans continue to clamor for more Zeppelin live shows, with Plant taking most of the heat for the lack of forward movement on the project.
"You know, the two other guys (Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones) are both Capricorns and they keep schtum (quiet); they don't say a word," maintains Robert. "But they are quite contained in their own worlds and they just leave it to me to do this (interviews)."
Brown: "…to be the bad guy"
Plant: "I'm not the bad guy."
Brown: "Well you are for all those Led Zeppelin fans who'd love you to say 'yes, we're reforming.'"
Plant: "Well, then you need to speak to the Capricorns ... 'cause I've got nothing to do in 2014."