Jimmy Page ''doesn't see'' any more Led Zeppelin concerts happening as they'd already be talking about them if there were to be any more shows.
Jimmy Page ''doesn't see'' any more Led Zeppelin concerts happening.
The legendary musician - who reunited with bandmates John Paul Jones and Robert Plant for a one-off show in London in 2007 - insists it would already be public knowledge if the group wanted to play together again.
He said: ''I think if there had been any more concerts to be done, we'd already be talking about them. So I don't see it.''
The group are preparing for the release of 'Celebration Day' - a DVD of the 2007 gig which saw late drummer John Bonham's place taken by his son Jason - and Jimmy thinks fans will be pleased with the concert film because there are so many up-close shots showing their musicianship.
He told Rolling Stone magazine: ''With Led Zeppelin, it has always been that mystique of how the music is done - how it works, why it works.
''The closer you can get in on that and the more lingering it is, the better.
''[The DVD is] almost like being onstage with us.''
'Celebration Day' will be released on November 19.