Drummer Jason Bonham will 'duet' with his late father when he takes his LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE on the road this autumn (10).
Bonham, who filled in for his dad John when Led Zep reunited for one night only in 2007, recently announced plans to tour North America with the rock supergroup's back catalogue - and now he has revealed he'll be performing with his father at shows.
He reveals, "You'll see old movies of me as a child with dad, playing the drums... and dad and I are going to play Moby DICk together.
"We're creating it from the two main video and audio choices we have, which are the 1970 Royal Albert Hall show and The Song Remains the Same movie. It's going to be a challenge, making sure everything runs smoothly in sync. I'll also play with him on When the Levee Breaks.
"That's one of the hardest songs to replicate, so, rather than fight it, I thought, 'Come on dad, let's play this one together.' We're editing footage of him playing and cutting it so that he's looking at me. I'm really looking forward to that."