Robert Plant plays down Led Zeppelin rumours
Singer denies reunion reports
Led Zeppelin have denied they will be reuniting for a gig later this year.
There have been rumours the band would reform for a tribute concert for Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, with John Bonham's son, Jason, taking over the drums.
Bonham died after choking on his own vomit following a drinking session in 1980.
However while not flatly denying the stories, the band's singer Robert Plant cryptically played down chance of a show with his old band.
"If there was one [a reunion], then there wouldn't be enough doctors to support it!" he told reporters at the Rockwave Festival in Greece.
Led Zeppelin have only performed a handful of concerts since they split in 1980, including a disastrous performance at 1985's Live Aid, which they refused to allow on the DVD release.
[Published on: 7/2/07]