Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones drop set list hints to reunion show

Led Zeppelin are close to finalize what songs they are to play at their reunion show.

Both Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones have hinted that fans will enjoy all their favorites at the gig set to play on November 26th as well as confirming that the band has taken part in several rehearsals over five months. “You don’t want to give it all away” mentioned John Paul Jones, before adding “we played kind of the normal songs at rehearsal”.
The band also intends to throw in some lesser known songs for the more hardcore fans, it’s also more than likely that they will play an acoustic song or two which should definitely please fans.

“We had a very, very secret tryout in June just to see if it was possible and if anyone wanted to do it, to see if the will was there” commented guitarist Jimmy Page. “It was pretty exciting. We made all the musical cues, and we were pretty hot. The hardest step – or the most tentative step – was to be actually be able to get together, the four of us, in a rehearsal room and actually play with the instruments and keep the whole damn thing under wraps” “As it was, we did manage to pull it off, and we didn’t have to shake hands and say ‘well, at least we sort of know that it might not be a good idea’. It was quite the opposite” said Jimmy Page showing that the rehearsal process is going smoothly and that things are definitely looking good!

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