Led Zeppelin are definitely reforming says Robert Plant

'We got a band meeting this afternoon' admits singer

Led Zeppelin are definitely reforming says Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant has confirmed that the legendary rock band will be reuniting later this year.

A reunion has been strongly rumoured for the last week or so and today (September 5) the singer confirmed it’s definitely on.

A fan who met Plant in London today contacted NME.COM explaining that the singer said he was on his way to meet bandmates Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones.

“How did you find out about this?" asked Plant when asked about the prospects of a reunion show by the autograph hunter. "Well we’ve got a band meeting about it this afternoon about it. There's not a lot to work out as it's only going to be one-off gig.”

NME.COM has also learned from a music industry source that the show, possibly to take place in November at the 02 in London, will be a charity gig organised by promoter Harvey Goldsmith.

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