Jimmy Page has given a definitive answer on whether Led Zeppelin will ever reunite, telling BBC Radio 4’s “Today” programme that “no,” there isn’t going to be a reunion.
Page spoke to the radio show because he has loaned two tapestries to the Tate Britain in London for its exhibition of works by Edward Burne-Jones.
During the interview, Page was asked whether he will ever reunite with Robert Plant and bring back Led Zeppelin. “No,” was Page’s short answer.
Page has often been asked that question in interviews, but has rarely been quite so abrupt in his response.
He told Planet Rock Magazine earlier this year that “I very much doubt it,” when it comes to a Led Zeppelin reunion.
“You’ve just got to face facts,” he said. “We’ve gone past the tenth anniversary of the O2, where we managed to do one serious concert. That’s the only thing that we’ve done for such a long time, so I very much doubt we’ll do anything else. I really think the time has gone.”