Rumors are afloat that there will be a Led Zeppelin reunion even though the band has staunchly denied one would ever happen after drummer John Bonham died in 1980. The latest rumor has the group reforming for a tour of the states with Jason Bonham sitting in for his father. According to the London Sunday
Times, band members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul
Jones had resolved their differences during a series of meetings at Page and Plant's management company, Trinifold.
However, Trinifold partner Robert Rosenburg subsequently told
the British Broadcasting Corp. that newspaper reports were
"completely speculative." "We don't know where these stories
are coming from," he said. "Certainly not from our office.
At this point there is no tour, nor any plans for one, and
no discussions have taken place about a tour."
. Promoters are said to
have offered the group "substantial sums" to reform.