Robert Plant: ‘Led Zeppelin might play live again’

Singer tells Uncut that band could perform live again

Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant has said that he hopes his band will play live again in the future, although he hasn’t revealed whether they have any concrete live plans.

Speaking to our sister title Uncut, Plant said that he hoped the band could reconvene for another one-off show similar to the gig they played at London‘s O2 Arena on December 10, 2007.

“Hopefully, one day, we could do it again for another really, really good reason,” he said. “Because there’s unfinished business, definitely.

“I don’t think there’s any need for it to be finished. As long as he’s [guitarist Jimmy Page] got a bit of creative electricity going through his nut, then there’s going to be something to do sometime.

“It’s just in what form and how much of a compromise it would be to the real root of what we had as Zeppelin. Everybody wants to have some fun.”

For the full interview get the issue of Uncut dated May 2008, which is on UK newsstands nationwide now.