Cryptic message on Robert Plant website fuels new Led Zeppelin reunion speculation

A message on Robert Plant's official website has led fans to speculate that Led Zeppelin may reform later this year. It also speaks to the rumor they turned down $14 million dollars for the freshman outing, "and that this year there are "millions & millions" of more reasons why they should do it".

Feel Numb reports that hard rock icons Led Zeppelin are set for a one-off reunion performance at the upcoming second edition of the Desert Trip Festival in California.

And while Plant has distanced himself from further reunions taking place in the past, that hasn't stopped the rumours that something is happening behind the scenes, after he posted the message "Any time now..."

The three remaining members of the historic group, Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones, last performed together a decade ago.

Of course, Plant is known to be nearing completion of the recording of a new solo album, so the message could be simply referring to that.

If this actually comes together, it will be the first time the band has played together since December 10, 2017, at the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Show. "Sources tell me [Plant] has finally agreed to do it because of the impending 50-year anniversary of Led Zeppelin". It was a highly praised performance, one that was immortalised in the 2012 concert film Celebration Day.