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Dan Sabbagh of Times Online reports: Led Zeppelin could earn well over £100 million (approximately $200 million) if the hard-rock band went on tour next year in the wake of Monday's triumphant reunion gig. The band are being pursued with offers from both Live Nation and AEG, the rival concert promoters, with each structuring bids in the form of a large upfront payment to lure the band to their venues.

One source said that "AEG put a bid in on the night" - although that could not be confirmed independently - but intense demand, as already seen for Monday's gig, would probably make a Zeppelin reunion the most sought-after ticket in 2008.

The reluctance of Robert Plant, the lead singer, still makes a tour far from certain, although the three other band members are believed to be willing to go ahead. Venues in America have been held open in the hope that Plant will say yes.

It is likely that the four-piece band would be able at least to match the estimated $212 million grossed by The Police for their reunion this year, according to figures compiled by Billboard, the industry magazine.

Read the entire article at Times Online.
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