London (ANI): English rock band Led Zeppelin have decided to go on tour this year without their lead singer Robert Plant. The band, comprising of guitarist Jimmy Page, bassist John Paul Jones and drummer Jason Bonham, could even release a new album.
Page's manager Peter Mensch has revealed that the three are ready to hit the road as soon as they find a frontman to take Plant's place. "They have decided that if they can find a singer who fits their bill they'll make a record and go on tour," the Sun quoted Mensch as saying.
"Jimmy has played guitar professionally since he was 16. He likes being a musician. That's what he does," he added.
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