JASON BONHAM Says LED ZEPPELIN Reunion Is 'Dead Issue'

Jason Bonham recently told Artisan News that LED ZEPPELIN singer Robert Plant has given his blessing to the JASON BONHAM'S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE project which celebrates the life and music of his father, the legendary LED ZEPPELIN drummer John Bonham and that any sort of reunion featuring Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones "a dead issue." Check out the clip below.

Jason played with Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones at LED ZEPPELIN's "final" show at London's O2 Arena in 2007, which was heralded as the most powerful LED ZEPPELIN performance since the group's disbandment. The band received uniformly rave reviews and Jason didn't want to stop after that magical and memorable night.

JASON BONHAM'S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE features Bonham on drums, Tony Catania on guitar and theremin, Stephen Leblanc on keyboards/pedal-steel guitars, Dorian Heartsong (in for Michael Devin) on bass and James Dylan on lead vocals. The band's powerful live performance of LED ZEPPELIN's classics takes concert-goers through a mesmerizing visual and aural journey as giant backdrops display iconic art and Bonham's own historical video footage and photos give the show an intimate feel. Show highlights include a heartfelt duet with Jason performing "Moby Dick" off "Led Zeppelin II" alongside his father. Jason is honored to perform 20 hand-picked favorites encompassing the band's albums including their 1969 debut "Led Zeppelin" ("Your Time Is Gonna Come", "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You"), 1969's "Led Zeppelin II" ("Thank You", "Lemon Song"); 1970's "Led Zeppelin III" ("Celebration Day"); 1970's "Led Zeppelin IV" ("When The Levee Breaks" and "Rock and Roll"); 1975's "Physical Graffiti" ("Kashmir") and many more LED ZEPPELIN favorites.

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