Robert Plant has joked in a new interview that a LED ZEPPELIN reunion could only happen in a fast-food restaurant.
When pressed about the band's 50th anniversary this year, the inevitable archival releases, and the hopes for yet another concert featuring the surviving ZEPPELIN members, the singer told Press Association: "Only in a chip shop in Camden Town! I think that's about as close as we will get to it!
"We are very pleased and glad with our very, very short career. If you think about it, it's only 12 years. We get on okay, but, you know…"
LED ZEPPELIN hasn't performed together in more than a decade, having last played London's O2 Arena in December 2007. The concert was part of the Ahmet Ertegun tribute event, which was chronicled on the band's 2012 "Celebration Day" CD and DVD. The set, which featured Jason Bonham subbing for his late father John Bonham on drums, marked Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones's first full-scale concert together since John Bonham's 1980 death.
Plant has arguably been the lone holdout for another LED ZEPPELIN reunion. Despite promoter-led attempts to get the band to reform for a series of concerts, Plant remains committed to his new musical direction in the roots and blues-based "Americana" field.
Plant recently wrapped his North American dates behind his latest album, "Carry Fire".