Led Zeppelin reunited for a concert at the O2 Arena in London in December 2007, and following the show Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Jason Bonham asked Robert Plant if he wanted to do a full scale reunion, and he rejected the offer and the reunion fell apart after the band worked with Myles Kennedy on new material. When asked if he looks back on the short lived reunion fondly, Page told Movie TV Tech Geeks in a recent interview he enjoyed the show. He was also asked if he’s ‘tired’ of being asked about why the band hasn’t reunited again.
Movie TV Tech Geeks asked, “Have you gotten tired of all the Led Zeppelin reunion questions? You weren’t completely happy with Live Aid or the 40th anniversary concert for Atlantic Records in 1988. What about the 2007 concert in London?”
Page responded, “I’m rather pleased that we did it, because we sort of looked still similar to what we looked now, and, yeah, we did a really good job. But I don’t think there’s going to be another one.”
Page wrote on Instagram a couple of days ago, “On this day in 1975, I began the first date of a set of five at the Earls Court Arena in London with Led Zeppelin. This is the first time that a huge back projection screen had been used in England. Quite a number of hours were spent by the production team convincing the Greater London Council that the lasers, which had recently been employed by us on tour in the USA, were not going to cause substantial damage.
It is amusing to look back on this now, because the effect was no more than a laser pen, but from little acorns, mighty oaks do grow!”