LONDON, England - Robert Plant, lead singer for Led Zeppelin has stated that plans for a Led Zeppelin Reunion Tour have been axed.
Plant told a radio disc jockey that was interviewing the three surving members of Led Zeppelin that it would be a great disappointment for them to go on tour and find out that they have lost a lot of their fire.
He added that he would not want to put himself in a situation where they could not do the Led Zeppelin of old justice.
He smiled as he drank from a bottle of water and said, "And besides, I would have to change the names of most of our songs."
Plant laughed as he remarked, "The song 'Whole Lotta Love' would have to be changed to 'Whole Lotta Aches And Pains.'
And 'Good Times Bad Times' would have to be changed to 'Good Times Bad Times and More Bad Times.'
Plant said that he really felt bad for the many Led Zeppelin fans that are out there. He smiled as he said, "It's interesting, our song 'Over The Hills And Far Away' would today, really be quite appropriate."
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Paige, nodded his agreement with Robert and then interjected, "And our song 'Fool In The Rain' would no doubt have to be changed to 'Four Old Fools In The Rain.'
John Paul Jones, Zeppelin bassist grinned and said, "And just think about it, our groupies are now all in their 50's...with daughters and granddaughters!"
The three remaining Led Zeppelin members all had a good laugh. And then all three paused together for a few moments of silence in honor of their fallen drummer, John Bonham...aka "Bonzo."
In a related story. Jimmy Paige recently told Ryan Seacrest that if in fact Led Zeppelin did ever go on tour, they would call it appropriately "Led Zeppelin - The Stairway To Heaven Tour."