With prospects dim for a Zeppelin reunion, fans may have to make-do with a Zep tribute tour Jason Bonham has plans for modeled on the successful one featuring several guitarists that is out paying homage to Jimi Hendrix. (story) Robert Plant will do a limited number of dates this summer with his new outfit called Band Of Joy in advance of the group's self-titled debut album in September. (story) Jimmy Page, who in the recent past has expressed a willingness to share the stage again with Plant, John Paul Jones and Bonham, has apparently decided that with his three former bandmates involved in other ventures - Jones in Them Crooked Vultures and Bonham in the new band Black Country Communion (story) - it was time for him to get on with things too. Page told the BBC he has been in the studio but he '...won't be just teaming up with people who are names.' He called his project something he's had in mind '...for a long time', and promised, '...quite an interesting menu of music.' As for who's involved, Page declined to spill details based on his belief that revealing too much almost always creates unreasonable expectations. He did say he is confident he and his yet-to-be named collaborators should have something ready before the end of 2010.
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