Robert Plant rejects deal to reunite Led Zeppelin?

Robert Plant has reportedly turned down an offer worth 500 million pounds to reform his legendary band Led Zeppelin.

By: Press Trust of India | London | Published: November 11, 2014 11:16 am
While the other members of the group, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham had signed on, the 66-year-old musician tore the deal papers, reported Contactmusic.  (Source: Reuters) While the other members of the group, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham had signed on, the 66-year-old musician tore the deal papers, reported Contactmusic.
(Source: Reuters)

Singer Robert Plant has reportedly turned down an offer worth 500 million pounds to reform his legendary band Led Zeppelin.

While the other members of the group, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham had signed on, the 66-year-old musician tore the deal papers, reported Contactmusic.

“Jimmy, John and Jason signed up immediately. It was a no-brainer for them but Robert asked for 48 hours to think
about it. When he said no and ripped up the paperwork he had been given, there was an enormous sense of shock. There is no way they can go ahead without him. They have tried to talk him round but there is no chance. His mind is made up and that’s that,” a source said.

Led Zeppelin split in 1980 and reformed for a one-off gig in London in 2007.

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