Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant apparently aren’t on the same page about releasing live Led Zeppelin material.
Page told Uncut magazine, "Obviously, there is source material that could come out -- but it seems the band don’t all agree so there’s no point. I’d rather do my own stuff.”
It also looks like the official band exhibit, The Led Zeppelin Experience, similar to what The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd did, is also off the table. Page said, "There was something at one point. But all the members and people around the band couldn’t agree. I was much happier doing my book and the exhibition with the Met.”
Talking about his own material, Page said he has "projects in mind -- several possible things I could do," but the rock 'n roll legend doesn't want to discuss them for fear fans won’t work out and fan disappointment.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]