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Led Zeppelin visiting 'Letterman' for rare interview
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones are heading to 'Late Night.' The trio are sitting down for a rare interview with David Letterman on Monday (Dec. 3), according to Entertainment Weekly.
The crew -- who haven't performed as Led Zeppelin since 2007, which itself was a one-off -- rarely conduct interviews, at least together. They've lately been promoting "Celebration Day," the DVD/CD set chronicling that 2007 London concert.
Paloma Faith is booked as the performing on "Letterman" that night, so it doesn't appear the surviving members are planning on jamming. They've repeated in recent press that they have no plans on reuniting again. The chat, regardless, should be interesting.