Next year marks the band's 50th anniversary, and we couldn't see any better way to celebrate than to rekindle their music and bring the band back together for a tour or special performance.
Although there are no official plans for a Led Zeppelin reunion, Robert Plant has sparked rumors of a revival sometime this year.
Now, speculation is rife of a possible reunion in either 2017 or 2018, after frontman Plant posted a very short message, reading 'Any Time Now...', on his official website on Wednesday (May 3rd).
Led Zeppelin fansites, conspiracy theorists and obsessive chroniclers alike are claiming Led Zeppelin will be reforming - well, as much as a band where a linchpin member died 37 years ago can - in order to play the Desert Trip festival in California.More news: Pakistan Army rejects Indian claims of LoC intrusion
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The vocalist is thought to be working on a new album with The Sensational Space Shifters, so the message could be referring to that.
Supposedly, Led Zeppelin turned down an offered appearance at last year's inaugural Desert Trip.
As NME points out, Led Zeppelin last performed together in December 2007 at London's The O2 Arena for the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert. Jason Bonham sat in on drums for the late John Bonham. That performance was later released as Celebration Day, a bit of which you can check out below.
Might Plant reform the band with John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page once and for all?!