Jason Bonham optimistic Led Zeppelin will play together again

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ledzeppelin2007The surviving members of Led Zeppelin may never reunite on a full-time basis, but maybe we’ll see them come together at least one more time, as they did for their one-night reunion show in 2007.

Since then, there has been on-again/off-again talk of a reunion, including a bit of a spat Robert Plant and Jimmy Page had over the matter last year. So, will the rock legends ever give it one more go?

The drummer for that show, late Zeppelin drummer John Bonham’s son Jason, said in an interview with Vanyaland that he has faith the group isn’t done playing together.

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“In my heart of hearts… I do believe we will play together again,” Bonham said. “It remains to be seen if it will be in public or privately, but I do think we will play again.”

We can only hope he’s right. In the meantime, Page plans on going on a tour of his own in 2016.

Photo credit: “Led Zeppelin 2007” by p_a_h from United Kingdom – flickr.com. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Commons – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Led_Zeppelin_2007.jpg#/media/File:Led_Zeppelin_2007.jpg

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