The Times Center issues that following report about Jason Bonham comment on posible Led Zeppelin reunion.
At 17, Jason Bonham had a decision to make. He loved motorcycles, and was good enough to become a professional racer, but he also had a legacy to deal with.
His father, John Bonham, the legendary drummer for LED ZEPPELIN, had just died a few years before and Jason had grown up with music. Before the age of 10, he had appeared in a film on his father's band, "The Song Remains the Same".
Bonham, now 41, has sat in for his father a few times for one-off reunions of LED ZEPPELIN. He joined guitarist Jimmy Page for an album and a tour in 1987 and did a show with other ZEPPELIN members in New York in 1988. Page, vocalist Robert Plant and bass player John Paul Jones jammed at his wedding in 1990. And when his father was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995, Bonham stood in for him.
But, as the lives of the other members of the band have grown apart, Bonham says there are no plans for more reunions.
"There has always been talk, but there are no plans that I know of," he said.
If the band ever does get together again, Bonham wants to be there.
"It would be an absolute honor, and it would be closure for me," he said, noting that next time he would be playing sober. "Even though I did OK last time, I would love the chance to give it 110 percent, even just one more time. Just for myself."
Source The Times Center