Jimmy Page Denies Led Zeppelin Are Recording
The Kashmir hit-makers have been dogged by rumors of a full-on reunion since they reformed for a one-off gig in London last year. And recently drummer Jason Bonham - son of original member John Bonham who died in 1980 - admitted he had been "jamming in the studio" with Page and bassist John Paul Jones.
However guitarist Page is adamant that reports the band is working on new material are completely untrue. He tells Blabbermouth.net, "We're not actually really recording. We played at the O2 (arena in London). That was our reunion. It's nothing as monumental as what people are speculating and projecting."
And Page reiterates that if there is to be a world tour, it will have to wait until frontman Robert Plant finishes his promotional duties with recent collaborator Alison Krauss.
He adds, "If you're going to do a reunion, you need four members."
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