Jimmy Page’s Manager Says Zeppelin is ‘Done’
Gabriel J. Hernandez
Apparently, it’s over. Really over.
Led Zeppelin’s dance with immortality, which for the last 13 months has fueled incessant rumors and innuendo about a possible tour in the wake of their December 2007 one-off reunion show at London’s O2 arena, has finally finished.
Speaking to Joe Bosso of musicradar.com, Jimmy Page’s manager Peter Mensch responded to recent reports indicating that Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham were preparing to record new music and tour together. As you’re about to read, Mensch’s response finally – and firmly – puts all rumors to rest.
“Led Zeppelin are over,” Mensch told Bosso and musicradar.com. “If you didn't see them in 2007 [when they played a one-off reunion at London's O2 Arena], you missed them. It's done. I can't be any clearer than that.”
Mensch continued, “They tried out a few singers, but no one worked out. That was it. The whole thing is completely over now. There are absolutely no plans for them to continue. Zero. Frankly, I wish everybody would stop talking about it.”
Bosso even asked Mensch about any new projects that Page may be working on. However, you’ll have to click here to read the rest of the story on musicradar.com.
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