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Led Zeppelin Will Play Again Believes Bonham

12/21/2015
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(Classic Rock) Jason Bonham says he believes Led Zeppelin will play together again at some point in the future. The son of the band's late drummer John Bonham was behind the kit when vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist John Paul Jones took to the stage in 2007 for their one-off reunion show in London, later documented on the DVD Celebration Day.

And despite the fact Plant has spoken out on several occasions against resurrecting the group, who split in 1980 following the sticksman's death, Bonham still feels it's a distinct possibility.

He tells Vanyaland: "In my heart of hearts I do believe we will play together again. It remains to be seen if it will be in public or privately, but I do think we will play again."

Bonham, who has just wrapped up his Led Zeppelin Experience tour of the US, says playing tracks including Rock And Roll was a challenge as he had to change his style to suit that of his father's. Read more here.

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