Rock legends John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant from Led Zeppelin to visit 'Late Show with David Letterman'by jmaloni
The band, along with Letterman, were honored at "The 35th Annual Kennedy Center Honors"
In a rare television interview together, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, members of the legendary rock group Led Zeppelin, will visit the "Late Show with David Letterman," Monday, Dec. 3 (11:35p.m.).
The band, along with Letterman, was one of this year's honorees at "The 35th Annual Kennedy Center Honors," which took place Sunday in Washington, D.C. "The 35th Annual Kennedy Center Honors" will be broadcast Wednesday, Dec. 26 (9 p.m.), on the CBS Television Network.
In October, Led Zeppelin released the concert film "Celebration Day," which chronicled the band's Dec. 10, 2007, show from London's O2 Arena, their first headline show in 27 years as they toplined a tribute concert for their friend, Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. "Celebration Day" was released on DVD, Blu-Ray, CD and digital download and CD on Nov. 19.
In addition to Led Zeppelin, other Kennedy Center Honorees booked on the "Late Show" are Academy Award-winning actor Dustin Hoffman on Friday, Dec. 7, and ballerina Natalia Makarova on Tuesday, Dec. 11.