It's been more than seven years since Led Zeppelin reunited for a single show at London's 02 Arena to pay tribute to late Atlantic Records boss Ahmet Ertegun. But rumors of a possible reunion tour never cease — especially for Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, who reportedly deal with questions about it on a daily basis. Plant has been the lone holdout for what would surely be the most lucrative rock tour ever, even if reports that he tore up an $800 million contract offered by Virgin Airways mogul Richard Branson turned out to be false. But Plant's testiness with reporters who press him on the topic is now legendary, and even understandable. The bottom line? Don't hold your breath.
All of which may inspire hopeful fans to settle for a compilation of Led Zeppelin live performances simulcast to movie theaters across the U.S. on Monday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. Presented locally at the Elmwood Palace Theatre, the program consists of live footage shot between 1970 and 1979, all of which reportedly has been seen before in the band's concert movie The Song Remains the Same and on its DVDs. More info is here and $12.50 tickets are available here.