Jimmy Page on why Zeppelin didn’t reform after Bonham’s death
With the death of John Bonham, Rock n Roll lost one of its leading acts, Led Zeppelin. Although the there have been a few reunions, the band never really progressed after 1980.
In a recent Rolling Stone Interview, guitarist, Jimmy Page, discusses why the band didn’t replace Bonham and move on.
Led Zeppelin was an affair of the heart. Each of the members was important to the sum total of what we were. I like to think that if it had been me that wasn’t there, the others would have made the same decision.