Ever since The Mighty Led Zeppelin played a one off reunion show in 2005 at the 02 Arena in London for Atlantic Records President Ahmet Ertugen (the guy who discovered Led Zep) rumors have furiously swirled about a possible reunion tour.
A few years ago, one major concert promoter even offered $198 million to Led Zep for a short tour.
Jimmy Page was interested.
So was John Paul Jones.
Even Bonzo's replacement, Jason Bonham wanted in.
But Robert Plant?
Thanks but no thanks.
Apprently he was more interested in playing Bluegrass music and getting Grammys than resurrecting the long dormant legend of Led Zep.
Last Sunday night on the Australian version of TV show 60 Minutes, it was reported that Robert was offering up a clue as to the future of Led Zeppelin.
Or maybe he was just teasing?
Evidently, Robert turned the tables on his band mates, saying it's up to Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones.
Saying something to the effect that the "two other guys" are Capricorns. That they don’t say a word. And that they’re quite contained in their own worlds and they leave it to him.
But he goes on to say he's not the bad guy and that he's got nothing to do in 2014.
Except maybe make $200 million and make millions of Led Hedz happy?
In the meantime, Robert is working this year with his band, The Sensational Space Shifters, who are touring Australia in March.
Jimmy is reportedly working on new music while John Paul is keeping busy by scoring an opera.
Maybe it will happen when the Levee breaks...