Led Zeppelin to reunite again, Robert Plant has nothing to do
Robert Plant, the former vocalist of Led Zeppelin, hinted that the band may reunite in 2014. "I have nothing to do in 2014," says the musician, The Sun wrote.
Plant, 64, said he was expecting comments on the matter from other surviving members of the group - guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones.
The original Led Zepellin lasted from 1968 to 1980. It is one of a few well-known bands, which broke up after the death of the drummer. Led Zepellin had a significant influence on the development of rock music and is considered one of the best rock bands of the 1970s.
The band reunited in 2007, but only for one concert - Robert Plant refused to continue to work.
In 2011, Black Sabbath, another outstanding band of the 1970s, reunited too. The band is now recording a new album.