Robert Plant delays possible Led Zeppelin reunion tour by adding Krauss dates

The much-anticipated Led Zeppelin reunion tour has been put on hold again, it seems, after frontman Robert Plant added a further nine US dates to his highly successful Raising Sand tour with bluegrass star Alison Krauss.


Krauss and Plant have been on the road in North America and Europe since last April.


Since the unlikely duo released their critically-acclaimed album Raising Sand in 2007, it has sold over one million copies in the US and more than 300,000 copies in the UK.


Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones reunited in 2007 for a tribute concert to Atlantic Records’ co-founder Ahmet Ertegun. There have been constant reports and rumours about a full Led Zeppelin reunion tour ever since.


Meanwhile, Led Zeppelin have arranged for the manufacture of a very special Limited Edition white vinyl version of The Song Remains The Same. There are only 200 copies in existence and only 100 are being made available for sale direct to fans through the band’s official web site at


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