The Final Curtain Call: The Last Performances Of Iconic Bands

Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin
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Chris Walter/WireImage

Led Zeppelin proved that they were going to do their own thing, regardless of what their fans begged of them. You could argue that their last real show was in 1980, but they came together in 2007 for a “reunion concert” that ended up breaking the hearts of fans as they got a taste and nothing more. The band refused to play more shows.

Although there was a recording of the final performance, Celebration Day wasn’t even released until 2012. While Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones are open for touring, Robert Plant isn’t on board.