Led Zeppelin Releases ‘Kashmir’ Video From Celebration Day

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Led Zeppelin, who are currently prepping the release of their new DVD, Celebration Day, have unveiled the video clip for the track “Kashmir” on the internet. It is expected that the footage will be released in several audio/visual packages.

The two-hour tribute concert, which went down at London’s O2 Arena, featured founding members John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and Jason Bonham, son of late drummer John Bonham.

Celebration Day is due November 19. In 2007, when the reunion concert was announced, 20 million people applied to get tickets to the concert, 18,000 of whom got them and attended.

Unfortunately for Zep fans, the 2007 show may have been the last one the band had in them, as Jimmy Page has all but ruled out the possibility. 

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