The son of the late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham is a bit unsure on Robert Plant’s intentions for a potential reunion of the rock gods in 2014.
Jason Bonham – who filled in behind the kit in Led Zeppelin’s one-off gig in London in 2007 – took to Facebook to say that he’s “not sure how to read” Plant’s recent comments in his interview on 60 Minutes here in Australia.
Plant told reporter Tara Brown that he’s “got nothing to do in 2014” when talk of future Led Zeppelin shows was raised.
Bonham wrote: I just watched Robert’s interview, where he says he’s free in 2014!!!!!! Not sure how to read it? What do you think? JB.
It thus prompted a flood of comments from fans on Bonham’s status, the majority of them saying he should reform with the band, do a tour, and play a show in the commenter’s hometown.
NME reports that Led Zeppelin are currently in talks to stream their back catalogue online through services such as Spotify, Rdio and Rhapsody.
Plant will be in Australia in late March and early April to headline the enormous Byron Bay BluesFest with his new band, the Sensational Shape Shifters. He’ll also do a handful of sideshows in various capital cities.