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Robert Plant: ‘There Is ZERO Chance of Led Zeppelin Performing Again’

Robert Plant has completely ruled out the chance of Led Zeppelin performing together again any time soon, saying there is “zero” chance of another reunion show. The comments came in response to questions by the BBC while Plant and Page were promoting the upcoming reissues.

When asked about more live performances, Jimmy Page said, “I’m sure people would love to hear it… I’m not the one to be asking, I don’t sing.” Then Robert Plant rolled his eyes while telling the broadcaster the chances of the band performing live again are “zero”.

As for the reissues Page, who has been personally remastering and packaging the reissues, told the BBC, “I don’t want to die and have somebody else do it. I’m authoritative about what was done in the first place.” Page told the BBC the new material “deserves to be heard” because “it’s performance art”.

He also revealed it is “reassuring” for him to revisit Zeppelin songs after all this time. “It’s undeniable that we’re good. The band was the real deal.”

Plant responded more critically.”My enthusiasm sometimes got in the way of finesse,” he said of listening to the band’s early recordings. “I listen to it and go, wow, why didn’t I shut up a bit? I kind of overcooked it.”