The 70 year-old musician is growing tired of the band's lead vocalist's unwillingness to perform a reunion show: "He's just playing games, and I'm fed up with it."
Any rock n roll fans that are waiting for Led Zeppelin to reunite, it seems former frontman Robert Plant is the problem.
The iconic rock group, who made hut songs such as 'Stairway To Heaven' and 'Whole Lotta Love,' last played a show together almost 7 years ago in December 20007 at London's O2 Arena.
But plans to perform again are constantly delayed, and lead guitarist Jimmy Page is getting "fed up" with the situation, as well as Plant.
The 70 year-old musician vented his frustration to The New York Times about his former band mate refusing to play.
"I was told last year that Robert Plant said he is doing nothing in 2014, and what do the other two guys think? Well, he knows what the other guys think. Everyone would love to play more concerts for the band," he said. "He's just playing games, and I'm fed up with it, to be honest with you. I don't sing, so I can't do much about it. It just looks so unlikely, doesn't it?"
Page is just as eager as the fans to see the original line-up hit the stage once again, as he stated, "I definitely want to play live. Because, you know, I've still got a twinkle in my eye. I can still play. So, yeah, I'll just get myself into musical shape, just concentrating on the guitar."
Meanwhile, one thing Page didn't need Plant for was to receive a doctoral degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston. The honor was bestowed upon him on May 10th and at the ceremony he delivered the commencement address to approximately 900 other graduates at Agganis Arena, which was attended by 4,000 guests.
"What a spirit there is here," the veteran rocker said. "Music has so much power across so many avenues. To be in a position to do the thing you're best at, which is making music, and bringing joy and pleasure to other people, it can't be much better than that. I wish to pass that on to all of you."
"Congratulations with your degrees and lots of success in the future," he added.
Robert Plant keeps delaying the band's reunion plans