It's been claimed...
Jason Gregory

09:15 26th September 2008

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Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant has agreed to join the rest of his band mates for a full reunion tour, it's been reported.

Plant has been accused of delaying a possible reunion ever since the band's one off show in London last year because of his collaborative project with singer Alison Krauss.

And recent reports had claimed that his band mates, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, were preparing to tour without him.

However, Plant is now said to have agreed to take part in a tour.

“When Robert realised the band were serious about doing it without him, it made him think long and hard,” a source told the Sun newspaper.

“He realised he couldn’t face the thought of not being involved. The band were over the moon when he told them the news.

“They are now forging ahead with the tour plans and they can’t wait to get on the road.”

Calls for a full Led Zeppelin reunion tour have been consistent since the bands reunion show at the O2 Arena last December - which attracted 1 million applicants for just 9,000 pairs of tickets.

According to the newspaper, the band's tour will take place next Summer. No other details have been announced.

A spokesperson for Led Zeppelin wouldn't comment when Gigwise approached for a response to the story.

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