Led Zeppelin reunion: Jimmy Page hints at more shows

Guitarist says there might be a full-blown tour

Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has hinted that there may be a full-scale reunion tour.

The band are set to play a one-off reunion show on December 10 at The O2 in London.

And the unprecedented demand has got Page thinking that more shows might be a good idea.

Page told Blabbermouth: “It’s a bit silly not to because there is such massive demand…It’s a bit selfish to do just one show. If that’s it, we probably shouldn’t have taken the genie out of the bottle.”

The December 10 show is being held to raise money for the Ahmet Ertegun Education Fund, which pays for university scholarships in the UK, US and Turkey.

Meanwhile the band made their back catalgue available digitally for the first time yesterday (November 12), and as a result their classic track ‘Stairway To Heaven’ is likely to enter the UK Top 40 for the first time ever next week (November 18).

Led Zeppelin‘s new 2CD ‘Best Of’ compilation, ‘Mothership’, was also released yesterday.

The tracklisting is:


‘Good Times Bad Times’

‘Communication Breakdown’

‘Dazed And Confused’

‘Babe I’m Gonna Leave You’

‘Whole Lotta Love’

‘Ramble On’


‘Immigrant Song’

‘Since I’ve Been Loving You’

‘Rock And Roll’

‘Black Dog’

‘When The Levee Breaks’

‘Stairway To Heaven’


‘The Song Remains The Same’

‘Over The Hills And Far Away’

‘D’Yer Maker’

‘No Quarter’

‘Trampled Under Foot’

‘Houses Of The Holy’


‘Nobody’s Fault But Mine’

‘Achilles’ Last Stand’

‘In The Evening’

‘All My Love’