London, December 21 : Fascinated by the success of their one-off reunion gig at London's O2 Arena this month, Seventies' rock band Led Zeppelin are reportedly pondering a major world tour now.
A source close to the band has revealed that its members are deliberating upon starting an 18-month tour.
"It will kick off at next year's Glastonbury after Robert Plant has finished touring with American country star Alison Krauss," the Daily Express quoted the source, a fellow top musician who mingled with the group at the aftershow party, as saying.
"Plant and Krauss have a new album out right now and he is committed to that for the next couple of months at least," the source added.
The newspaper, however, reports that Led Zeppelin have not made any such announcement as yet.
During the recent charity show, held in memory of late Ahmet Ertegun, the Turkish-American co-founder and executive of Atlantic Records, the band performed such rock classics as Whole Lotta Love, Good Times, Bad Times and Stairway To Heaven to perfection.
The show was attended by Sir Mick Jagger and Sir Paul McCartney. (ANI)
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