Robert Plant rejected millionaire offer to return on tour with Led Zeppelin

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Last week the British press revealed that the three original members of the group Led Zeppelin recently met with the mogul of the Virgin group, Richard Branson, in order to realize the long-awaited project that Led Zeppelin meet again for one last tour. According to a person close to the group, both Page, Jones and Jason Bonham (replacing their father, the band's late drummer) were interested in the proposal, unlike Robert Plant, who at that time asked for time to think about a little more the proposal.

Finally Robert Plant rejected the tempting proposal from Branston that offered the group a 35-date tour in three European cities. The contract, as it has transpired, the British businessman guaranteed the musicians about 500 million dollars (400 million euros) in profits, but only Plant did not find it interesting to bring the group back together.

The anonymous source detailed the matter: “When Plant said no and all the paperwork that was being prepared was canceled, the other members of the group were shocked. There is no way to carry out this agreement without it included. They all tried in vain to convince him but there was no case, he is determined not to join the group again ».

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