September 12, 2007

Led Zeppelin Reunion - ITS REALLY GONNA HAPPEN



I've mentioned before that I admire Zeppelin SO MUCH for disbanding after John's death. The band no longer existed. There is only one person on earth suited to fill his shoes and that, obviously is his son, Jason.

So in response to their concert coming up in London all I can say:


PLEASE COME TO LOS ANGELES, PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




10 comments:

Bruce said...

It's a one-time deal for a benefit honoring Ahmet Ertugun...

Wonder Boy said...

I signed up for the ticket ballot. Chances are really good I won't get two but I thought I should try. If I do win them, I will have to figure out how to get to London. I do have some airline miles.

An American tour would really be a good idea...

Barbara (aka Layla) said...

Bruce, I know, but a girl can dream can't she? :)

Wonder, Hey, I'm going to do that too, why not!

COCO said...

*smiles* the show of a lifetime ... love the blog idea. lots of reading and listening to catch up on ...

Angie said...

They are my all time favourite band, but I think I'd prefer to remember them as they were.

Musically they were brilliant, but a big part of their appeal, for me anyway, was just their wild, sexy, youthful spirit. They just encapsulated everything that's great about rock 'n roll.

Now that they're a little 'older and wiser' maybe it would be better to let sleeping dogs lie, especially without Bonham.

But having said that, I was too young to see them the first time around, so if they ever came to Australia of course I would go! I'm not stupid!! ;)

bob_vinyl said...

One show is fine and a tour might not be the end of the world, but please tell me they won't try to make a record! I don't think I'd want to see the show (although I'd see Robert Plant in a heartbeat), but I can understand the interest. Led Zeppelin is in my all-time top 5, but a reunion wouldn't be the real thing. I'm willing to live with the fact that I'll never see them live.

rock_of_ages said...

I've just posted about this at Rock Of Ages. Like Bob, I'd settled that I wouldn't see Led Zeppelin live, but ended up refreshing the browser for ages until I was able to register yesterday.

At the moment I can't see anything happening further than this one show with the exception of a live album/dvd of the event. I wouldn't be surprised if a US date or two is added for the same cause though.

I'm not going to get excited though as I think I've more chance of winning the National Lottery than the ticket lottery... good way of ensuring (hopefully) that the tickets go to fans though.

Jeff said...

I think this is great personally, I've sort of had a love/hate relationship with Zep, they were one of the bands that got me into classic rock but at the same time every radio station by me seems to play one of their songs every ten minutes which makes me sick of them. To me, this is a concert I would love to see but they're not the band that will have me flying overseas to go see them, now if Floyd was playing a full set over in London, than that would be a different story. I think I would have my kidney's up for sale on ebay.

Fruit species said...

Great! I love those rock bands of the early 70's and most of them had since disbanded or original members no longer there. Led Zeppelin is one of the great bands and I still have their vinyl records.

David Amulet said...

Back from vacation and catching up ...

I heard about this and go totally psyched ... especially as I'd decided to take "Hammer of the Gods" as one of my beach reading books. I really, really hope we get a tour out of it.

BTW, I bought Police tix for the recently announced D.C. show at $220+ a pop. It's worth it, IMO, but damn that's expensive!!

-- david

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