Led Zeppelin reunion rumors sparked by cryptic Robert Plant message

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 1:  (L-R) John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of Led Zepplin, three of the seven recipients of the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors, pose for a photograph following a dinner for Kennedy honorees hosted by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at the U.S. Department of State on December 1, 2012 in Washington, DC. The 2012 honorees are Buddy Guy, actor Dustin Hoffman, late-night host David Letterman, dancer Natalia Makarova, and members of the British rock band Led Zeppelin Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones. (Photo by Ron Sachs - Pool/Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 1: (L-R) John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of Led Zepplin, three of the seven recipients of the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors, pose for a photograph following a dinner for Kennedy honorees hosted by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at the U.S. Department of State on December 1, 2012 in Washington, DC. The 2012 honorees are Buddy Guy, actor Dustin Hoffman, late-night host David Letterman, dancer Natalia Makarova, and members of the British rock band Led Zeppelin Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones. (Photo by Ron Sachs - Pool/Getty Images)

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A short, mysterious message on legendary rocker Robert Plant's website has Led Zeppelin fans in a frenzy, speculating about a possible reunion of the iconic rock band.

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Plant posted just a simple, three-word message, "Any time now…," on his website a few weeks ago.

It's unclear exactly what he means. He has a new album coming out and it might reference that, according to Sky News.

The three remaining members of the historic group, Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones, last performed together a decade ago. The fourth member of the group, John Bonham, died in 1980.

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June 1973: British rock band Led Zeppelin. From left to right, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham (1947 - 1980), John Paul Jones. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

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June 1973:  British rock band Led Zeppelin. From left to right, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham (1947 - 1980), John Paul Jones.  (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)
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June 1973: British rock band Led Zeppelin. From left to right, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham (1947 - 1980), John Paul Jones. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

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Next year marks the band’s 50-year anniversary and that’s fueling rumors that the band is looking for a way to celebrate.

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Other speculation about Plant's message includes a possible reunion gig at this year's Desert Trip Festival, a classic rock festival, in Indio, California, home to Coachella.

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