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Plant reportedly nixes Zeppelin tour
It appears Robert Plant has scuttled any plans for a Led Zeppelin reunion tour.
According to the U.K. Daily Mirror newspaper, the singer has turned down a $200-million offer to tour with his legendary bandmates. Plant, the report says, wants to concentrate on his new partnership and summer tour with American country singer Alison Krauss.
Three months ago in London, Led Zeppelin wowed fans and critics alike at their first legit reunion concert since disbanding in 1980 following the death of drummer John Bonham.
Plant and fellow surviving Zep members Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were each offered $200 million to tour as Zeppelin, the Mirror said, but after “extensive talks” the tour was turned down.
“The decision did not come down to money,” the Mirror quoted a band source as saying. “They always said they would do the one-off show and then see how they felt.”
Both Page and Jones wanted to tour, the paper said, but “Robert wanted to leave last year’s concert as their legacy. They had proved they could still do it and that was enough.”