The son of late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham doesn't think that the surviving members of the band likely will ever perform together again -- but he insists that his own project, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience, is the closest thing these days to seeing the legendary British rockers live.

"As far as I know it's a dead thing, there's no more talk of anything," Jason tells Artisan News. "As far as any sort of Zeppelin thing, I don't imagine it ever happening again."

That said, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience does offer a concert experience heavy on nostalgia for his father's band, and Zeppelin singer Robert Plant seems to support the project. "Robert gave me his blessing when I told him about it," reveals Jason. "He said, 'Jason can do wants he wants ... as long as he does it with a smile on his face he has my blessing.'"

The live JBLE show includes giant projections of iconic Zeppelin art, home movies and other vintage video footage shot by Bonham, plus a set list that draws from 20 Zeppelin cuts hand-picked by Jason. He even performs a duet of 'Moby Dick' alongside his father.

The band is in the middle of a North American fall tour that touches down tonight (Nov. 4) in Buffalo, N.Y., and is scheduled through a Nov. 18 gig in Clearwater, Fla.

Jason Bonham Talks About Led Zeppelin

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