Friday, June 6, 2008

Zep members rumored to be gracing London stage for BBC broadcast

The Foo Fighters' long-anticipated concert series at London's Wembley Stadium just became even more anticipated, thanks to reported rumors that the American band would be joined onstage by members of Led Zeppelin.

Multiple U.K. news sites -- including the Daily Star, a tabloid, and the New Musical Express -- are reporting on possibilities that Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham will perform onstage together this Saturday night for the first time since Led Zeppelin's reunion concert last December, also in London.

The Foo Fighters booked this pair of Wembley performances more than six months ago, and plans have been underway for a stage set up centrally in the venue to provide all concertgoers with a close-up view of the performers. Attendees may be getting even more musicians to admire if the Led Zeppelin members are really there to perform three of their songs, as the Daily Star has quoted a source as saying.

Aside from all that, the BBC is set to broadcast portions from Wembley Stadium. Those listening in may be able to hear this rare almost-Led Zeppelin performance.

Absent from the Zep members rumored to appear in London this Saturday is Robert Plant, who is currently touring North America with Alison Krauss. will be at his show in Atlantic City, N.J., on Sunday. Stay tuned to this site for further information as it becomes available.

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