Led Zeppelin returns to London O2 ArenaIn 1980, I remember very well how disappointed I was when Led Zeppelin’s Johnnie Bonham died. I had a ticket to Led Zeppelin’s open air concert in London which was subsequently cancelled. Well, that was the end of an era I thought. Of course, Led Zeppelin remains a nostalgic part of my music collection. Now, even the Zepp were able to pull off a reunion concert, featuring John Bonham’s son, Jason, on drums… They performed at London’s O2 arena last night in front of 20,000 grey haired fans.

Not that I am complaining, but do you think any of today’s music wonders will be doing reunion concerts in 20 years time? Looking forward to hearing from anyone who went to the concert!! Plus, it must have been fun to see other greats, such as Pete Townshend, Bill Wyman and the Rhythm Kings, Foreigner as well as the new kid on the block, Paolo Nutini, who joined them on stage during the evening.

Read the BBC story & see the YouTube video courtesy of News Night… Black Dog snippet.

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