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WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 2: Robert Plant (L) and Jimmy Page of the band Led Zeppelin attend the Kennedy Center Honors reception at the White House on December 2, 2012 in Washington, DC. The Kennedy Center Honors recognized seven individuals - Buddy Guy, Dustin Hoffman, David Letterman, Natalia Makarova, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant - for their lifetime contributions to American culture through the performing arts. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

Robert Plant has always been vocal about not wanting to tour as Led Zeppelin again, choosing to focus on his solo work ever since the band called it quits.

Recently, Jimmy Page took issue with resurfaced comments the frontman made back in 2011. At the time, Plant likened the idea of singing those old tunes today to “cabaret”.

“I don’t know how you can look back and say that. The legacy is about the music. It’s not what he thinks. It’s not even what I think. I don’t know if is cabaret for Robert; it certainly isn’t for me,” the guitarist told Uncut.

Page also hints of things to come, revealing, “I am working on new ideas that I hope to get out next year.”