JASON BONHAM WOULD "LOVE" A LED ZEPPELIN REUNION
Jason Bonham knows that a Led Zeppelin reunion at his upcoming solo tour is far-fetched. But he's not against the idea of sitting in for his late dad again.
He said: "I'm not going to hide it from them. I will invite them to every show I can, because my goal and dream is, 'Wouldn't it be cool if I did something that they thought was cool and they would get up and play with me?' That's what I'm doing this for. I'd love it."
Bonham's show hits the road in October. Robert Plant is behind the Zeppelin-themed show, but Jason hasn't heard from Jimmy Page or John Paul Jones. The shows are to celebrate the 30th anniversary of John Bonham's death and the breakup of Led Zeppelin."
Jason said: "What I want to do is a personal story. Give a little background on them and the reason why I'm playing them, and stories about growing up with dad and how Zeppelin has been part of my life from the beginning. It's a good musical journey; it'll be sad at times but it will really be a celebration."
Bonham hopes that his "Led Zeppelin Experience" will go beyond the 30 shows he has planned. Dates and ticket information will be announced next week.