Newly-reformed rock supergroup Led Zeppelin
are to play their first U.S. show since the summer of 1977 at the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tennessee next June, according to reports. Industry sources claim Led Zeppelin are in talks to perform on the same bill as Metallica
The British rockers reformed this summer for secret rehearsals. They'll perform at a tribute concert for Atlantic Records co-founder Ahmet Ertegun in London next week.
Reports suggesting the group will tour America with The Cult next year have been confirmed by Cult frontman Ian Astbury, but Led Zeppelin have yet to acknowledge the rumors.
A planned Led Zeppelin tour would have to be worked around dates for frontman Robert Plant's
concerts with country star Alison Krauss, which are currently being booked, according to Billboard.com.
Led Zeppelin bass player John Paul Jones
has become a regular at the Bonnaroo festival - he formed a jam band with Ben Harper
for this summer's event.
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