Led Zeppelin broadcast their 2007 Celebration Day reunion concert to celebrate their 15th anniversary.
The legendary rockers met on December 10, 2007 at London’s O2 for what appears to be their last concert. Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were present at the concert, which was held in honor of music executive Ahmet Ertegun, who died in 2006, and Jason, son of the late original drummer John Bonham, was also present.
Today (Saturday, December 10) at 20:00 GMT, the entire 16-song set from the concert can be streamed for free on YouTube.
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Throughout 2022, Led Zeppelin fans have been posting rare recordings of their early concerts online. Earlier this year, rare footage of one of the band’s most iconic concerts, held at New York’s Madison Square Garden in 1970, was shown and uploaded online.
Footage of a concert the band performed at the Inglewood Forum in Los Angeles that same year was restored and posted online in September.
On the other hand, Robert Plant has discussed playing Led Zeppelin songs live and the idea of reuniting the band, saying it “wouldn’t satisfy my need for inspiration”.
The legendary band broke up in 1980 after the death of drummer John Bonham. Since then they have been together several times, the last one in 2007, but only for specific performances. At his solo concerts, however, Plant often plays Zeppelin songs.
“Going back to the front to some sort of giant ovation doesn’t satisfy my need for motivation,” the frontman said.