Led Zeppelin News Article
World Tour Still Unconfirmed
Robert Plant is currently successful in doing projects with Alison Krauss. In fact, he has turned down an extra £100million fortune to take Led Zeppelin on a world tour bcause he wants to concentrate on doing music with singer Alison Krauss.
The announcement of the tour was awaited by Led Zeppelin fans since last year - when the 1970s superstars reformed for a one-off show at London's O2 Arena. Surviving members Plant, Robert Page and John Paul Jones were offered a guaranteed £100m each for a tour of North America and Europe after a million fans applied for O2 tickets.
On the other hand, Guitarist Jimmy Page was keen to do the tour this year and was backed by bass player John Paul. But singer Plant - already worth an estimated £70million - wants to concentrate on his new success with Krauss. The pair's duet album Raising Sand went to No 2 in America and Britain and they are starting their own tour in April. A band source said: "Despite the enormous offer, the decision did not come down to money. They always said they would do the one-off show and then see how they felt.
Let’s wait and see if Robert Plant’s decision may change.
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