Led Zeppelin's lead singer, Robert Plant, told radio station 89.3 The Current in Minnesota, that he would be meeting with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones to discuss a celebration in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin.
“We're planning to get together and talk about it,” Plant told The Current. “Basically, it's very difficult to find stuff that still is unheard. … And the great thing about Led Zeppelin was that we didn't chronicle ourselves. We just kind of went from town to town and sang songs and played guitars and stuff. And then went about our lives."
He responded further, saying that he "wished that we had more stuff to look at, but there will be a book of photographs and stuff. But some of it will be particularly interesting, I think. Beyond that, musically, there's bits and pieces lying around, but not an album or anything like that. But there will be a celebration, I'm sure, somewhere. A cork will pop!”