The Pulse of Radio reports: LED ZEPPELIN tour rumors continue to circulate. The latest speculation comes after Jimmy Page hinted he would consider additional reunion shows. ZEPPELIN is set to play a one-off reunion in London on December 10. The date was just pushed back after Page broke his finger. Now Yahoo! Music is reporting that Page said, "At the moment, I'm told we're doing one gig. That's a bit unfortunate for all the people that would have liked to have seen us, but I can understand why some of the other members don't want to be touring."
Page's finger is expected to get better soon. He told London's Mirror how it happened, explaining, "The light was very dim and I tripped over something and I landed on various bits of my anatomy but of course the crucial part was left hand, little finger. It's unfortunate but what can you do?"
The show will feature Page, singer Robert Plant and bassist John Paul Jones performing together for the first time in 18 years, with Jason Bonham, son of late ZEPPELIN drummer John Bonham, sitting behind the kit. Bill Wyman and the RHYTHM KINGS, Paul Rodgers, Paolo Nutini, and FOREIGNER are also scheduled to appear.
LED ZEPPELIN will release the CD/DVD set "Mothership" on November 13.
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