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Led Zeppelin Announcement Expected Next Week

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Billboard.com has issued the following report from Ray Waddell:

Talk of a LED ZEPPELIN reunion just refuses to go away.

Billboard reported in July that the band may get together for a proposed tribute to the late producer/record mogul Ahmet Ertegun at the O2 in London in November,

Now on Ledzeppelin.com the date 11.13.07 mysteriously appears with the familiar Zep symbols. And several people saw the band touring the O2 during Prince's recent stand at the new 20,000-seat London venue. A press conference next Wednesday (September 12th) in London may clear everything up.

There has been talk that tour producers AEG Live and Michael Cohl's CPI (ROLLING STONES, GENESIS) have put in offers on a Zep tour featuring founding members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones with late drummer John Bonham's son Jason on drums. But it is also well known in the industry that standing offers have been on the table for a Led Zeppelin tour for more than a decade.

Source: BW&BK

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1. RobertPlantFan writes:

11.13.07 is when the Mothership package will be released. No mystery there.

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2. bobby writes:

Hands down the greatest rock band ever. Sadly, they ceased to exist the second John Bonham died in 1980 and the unique magical Zeppelin chemistry was lost forever.

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