Classic rock band Led Zeppelin are reuniting once again... on screen! The band will be releasing a film which chronicles their much-awaited reunion five years ago. The three surviving members of the band shared the stage after more than two decades, this time with their late drummer's son. This happened during a tribute concert for Ahmet Ertegun, founder of Atlantic Records, at the 02 Arena in London in 2007. "It's a unique opportunity to savor what is likely to be Led Zeppelin's final performance," says a representative from the cinema chain that will be showing the film in U.K. starting October 17.
Led Zeppelin members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham got together in 1968 to form what has become one of the most influential rock groups in the music industry. After drummer John Bonham's untimely death in 1980, the group called it quits. Click here
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