A second U.K. Led Zeppelin reunion to replace U2?
Hollywoodnews.com: With Bono out due to spinal surgery, U2 is not only cancelling their summer concert, but their noted Glastonbury slot.
However there’s buzz in the U.K. that reclusive band Led Zeppelin may actually step in and fill the slot. The band had a reunion across the pond in 2007.
Following this, there were rumors that they would embark on a tour, however that fizzled when Robert Plant decided to go on tour and win Grammys with Alison Krauss.
On Zeppelin’s possible second reunion, guitarist Jimmy Page exclaimed in U.K.’s Sun “I refuse to rule anything out.”
The band’s frontman ROBERT PLANT is the lynch pin. He has played Glastonbury several times and loves it. He had been in talks with the festival about performing again this year.
He said: “There’s a place for me there but I have no idea who with. If it happens it would be amazing.”
Bono injured himself while doing rehearsals for the band’s 360° world tour. He is weathering partial paralysis in his legs.