LED ZEPPELIN: New Rehearsal Photos Posted Online

Getty Images has uploaded photos of LED ZEPPELIN in rehearsal for tonight's reunion show, a part of the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert at London's O2 arena.

Check out the pictures at this location.

LED ZEPPELIN has not performed in public for 19 years, prompting millions of fans to attempt to buy tickets for the one-off concert.

According to MTV.ca, LED ZEPPELIN's reunion concert in London, which is scheduled to take place tonight (Monday, December 10) will be recorded for a DVD release. The show, which pays tribute to the Atlantic Records co-founder will feature additional performances from FOREIGNER, Paul Rodgers, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. There's no word on when the DVD will hit shelves.

According to LED ZEPPELIN, the main reason for the reunion concert is to make up for several slipshod, unrehearsed reunion sets that they've played over the past three decades. In the new issue of Rolling Stone, which features surviving members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones on the cover, the group salutes Jason Bonham, who'll be filling in for his late father John Bonham on drums at the upcoming gig.

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