Fanning the flames of speculation regarding a Led Zeppelin reunion yet again, guitarist Jimmy Page was asked if he would perform at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and the rocker responded that he would be "honored" to do so if her were asked.
Recent reports of activity that involved Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham seems to indicate that the three may be eager to bring Led Zeppelin back again, but with Robert Plant on tour with Alison Krauss until early October, and not sounding as enthusiastic about reviving the group as many fans would like, some doubt, as usual, remains.
Page also took some time to answer some criticism that has been directed at his performance with Leona Lewis at the closing ceremony of the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing recently. Some critics went as far as calling the performance the worst part of the closing festivities.
"We got so much criticism and I really don’t know why. I think we did a great job, it was an honor to be there. People just need to be less cynical. You know we went out there, we only had ten minutes, what did people expect?" Page was quoted as saying.
With the 2012 Summer Games four years away, it certainly provides enough time for the boys to make up their minds about reuniting for the event if they are asked to contribute to the event. Heck, that should even be enough time for Robert Plant to make up his mind!