Looking for an opportunity to hear Led Zeppelin deflect questions -- once again -- about a reunion?
Be sure to catch "The Late Show with David Letterman" on Monday night, when Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones will sit down for a joint interview. The classic-rock legends are scheduled to visit Letterman's show (which, FYI, has a separate musical guest booked) the day after being honored at the 35th annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington; the talk-show host is among this year's other honorees.
In October, Led Zeppelin's surviving members seemed to rule out the possibility of getting back together at a New York press conference regarding "Celebration Day," the concert film that documents the band's one-off gig at London's O2 Arena in 2007.
But not unlike the Rolling Stones, who preceded their just-launched 50 & Counting tour with a groundswell of media activity, Led Zeppelin has kept its visibility rather high of late: Last month its tunes "Kashmir" and "Since I've Been Loving You" appeared in an episode of NBC's "Revolution," while Page covers the current issue of Rolling Stone.