Robert Plant has reignited the Led Zeppelin reform rumours with an interview on Austrlaia’s 60 Minutes TV programme where he said  “I’ve got nothing to do in 2014.”


After been seen as the band member who distanced himself from the reformation after the one off O2 gig Plant said, [‘In 2007 at the O2, we just wanted to play and see what it was like and be good once. It was time to be good – and we were.”


The interviewer pondered if Plant was the stumbling block to the reformation…


“[You’re] the bad guy,” she said.


“I’m not the bad guy,” Plant replied.


“Well you are for all those Led Zeppelin fans who’d love you to say, ‘Yes, we’re re-forming.'”


“Well, then you need to speak to [Page and Jones] the Capricorns. Cos I’ve got nothing to do in 2014.”


In 2008 Plant was too  busy making music with Alison Krauss and later the Band of Joy and had no time to work with his former bandmates. Jason Bonham claimed that Led Zeppelin got “real close” to touring without their frontman. “We did a year of writing and putting stuff together,” he said in 2010…watch this spaceled-zeppelin-david-lettermanled-zeppelin-david-letterman

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