Rocker Jason Bonham is still hopeful of another Led Zeppelin reunion, insisting he would drop whatever he was doing "in a heartbeat" for the opportunity.
The drummer replaced his late father John Bonham when he joined the legendary Stairway to Heaven stars at their one-off London gig back in December (07).
Rumours of more reunion dates have been swirling for months, but nothing has been confirmed. And frontman Robert Plant continues to tour with new musical partner Alison Krauss.
But Bonham is still keeping his hopes of being offered another chance to play with Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones alive - because performing with them is always an amazing experience.
He says, "It's up to them but, if it was up to me, I'd love to (reunite).
"I hope that I would be put into the loop at some point. Who knows? All I can say is that it was better than I could have imagined.
"My fingers are crossed and I would do it in a heartbeat."