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Led Zepplin Performing Kashmir At Celebration Day

I don’t think any Led Zeppelin fan needs reminding that the group briefly reunited on December 10, 2007 for a performance at the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert. Ertegun was founder and president of Atlantic Records and immediately signed Zeppelin to the label after hearing their demo. Playing at a tribute concert for the man who helped make them the biggest band in the world certainly made sense. Considering how brilliant they sounded at that concert, it would have made sense to continue the show on the road. But it wasn’t to be. Although I can understand Robert Plant’s reasons for not wanting to reunite the band for a global tour, I certainly would have shelled out a hefty buck to see them, especially since their game was at an extremely high level in this reunion concert.

Published on February 23, 2014