Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page does not think the band will play together again.
It is unlikely that Led Zeppelin will play another gig together, if the band's guitarist is to be believed
Jimmy Page told the Times that when the group was rehearsing for their London reunion show in 2007, they assumed more dates would be added and still has fans asking if any more performances have been planned.
However, frontman Robert Plant's tour with country singer Alison Krauss prevented more dates from being added.
Saying that fans still ask if any more performances have been planned, the musician revealed that he does not know if they will and commented: "Apart from that, it doesn't look like it."
Page also told newspaper: "It's great that we did [the 2007 show]. I look back on that night with a great amount of fondness."
The guitarist was speaking as the Royal Mail launched a set of stamps featuring classic record covers, including Led Zeppelin's fourth album.
Recently, a spokesperson for Rolling Stones told NME.com that the band will not be playing this year's Glastonbury festival.
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