Led Zeppelin Rejected $14 Million Reunion Offer For Mega-Festival?

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(hennemusic) A new report claims that Led Zeppelin turned down a $14 million offer to reunited for a performance at the first Desert Trip Festival in Indio, CA this fall.

According to Showbiz411 columnist Roger Friedman, sources say that Jimmy Page was all for it but Robert Plant wouldn't agree to any kind of reunion. "Jimmy went crazy," one source told Friedman. "He really wanted to do it."

Friendman adds that Zeppelin's payday was equal to what all of the acts are being paid - $7 million per weekend - which doesn't include merchandise cuts that are expected to be huge.

The new classic rock festival Desert Trip will be headlined by The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Roger Waters. Read more here.

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