Led Zeppelin’s concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith is confident the rockers’ forthcoming reunion gig will not be their last – but only if they enjoy their return to the limelight.
The legendary rockers are set to reform for the first time in 27 years for a special tribute concert for late music mogul Ahmet Ertegun in November.
And although the group have announced their reunion as a one-off, Goldsmith is hopeful of further performances.
“If they enjoy it, who knows what will happen. They’ve got their own pathways and their own music,” he says. “For an act to go on the road again after all this time is like restarting a marriage. I hope they do something (afterwards) but only if they enjoy it.”
Ertegun died in December 2006 aged 82.
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