Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant in Glastonbury 2010 talks

Singer says he could appear at the Worthy Farm event

Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant has said that he has held talks with Glastonbury festival chief Michael Eavis about him performing at next year's event.

The singer told BBC 6music that although he had spoken to Eavis about the possibility of him playing, he had not thought about who he would be playing with.

"I've just been talking to Michael," he said. "There's place for me there, but I have no idea who with. There is a chance yeah, but I don't know with who."

Led Zeppelin reunited in December 2007 to play the London O2 Arena, although they haven't been active since. Plant released an album, 'Raising Sand', in 2007 with Alison Krauss.

When asked if he would play Glastonbury solo he said, "Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm good at card tricks."

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