Led Zeppelin's frontman Robert Plant hints the band are reuniting

A short, mysterious message on legendary rocker Robert Plant's website has Led Zeppelin fans in a frenzy, speculating about a possible reunion of the iconic rock band.

Which of course could mean anything.

If nothing pans out for 2017, there are countless ways to celebrate a half-century of Led Zeppelin next year -a tour, a string of special engagements, more previously unreleased material and interviews. The Ceaseless Roar and Plant has never been one to hang around for too long.

There's a rumor going around-and that's all it is at this point, folks (a rumor)-that Led Zeppelin will reunite for this year's Desert Trip Festival in Southern California. On top of that, it's pretty well known that he's been recording with his band, The Sensational Space Shifters. The site also says that the band turned down $14 million for last year's festival and that they have "millions and millions" more reasons to play this year.

Website Feel Numb claims: "I have some well placed sources in the industry telling me that Robert Plant has agreed to reunite Led Zeppelin for Desert Trip 2017".

The English rock band formed in 1968, however, the death of former drummer Jason Bonham in 1980 led to their disbandment. That performance was later released as Celebration Day, a bit of which you can check out below.

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