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- Posted on Oct 27th 2009 5:47AM by Spinner
He told BBC 6 Music: "I've been talking to Michael (Eavis, the festival's organiser). There's a place for me there but I've no idea who with."
Fans will naturally be hoping for another Led Zeppelin reunion following the one-off London concert in 2007 but, while the singer didn't rule it out, this latest tease could simply mean an appearance from his project with singer Alison Krauss at Worthy Farm instead.
Plant has consistently shied away from committing to a reunion tour, despite obvious enthusiasm from Led Zep's legion of fans and promoters keen to get the band back out on the road again. Plant, however, has found recent success with his collaboration with country singer Krauss and bassist John Paul Jones has teamed up with Foo Fighter Dave Grohl and Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme to form Them Crooked Vultures.
Plant picked up the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award at the Q Awards in London.
Another Glastonbury contender is said to be Britpop favourites Pulp, according to the band's singer Jarvis Cocker. He recently told UK tabloid paper the People the band are about to embark on the comeback trail in 2010, and they'd be interested in a Glastonbury appearance.
He said, "Glastonbury means an awful lot to me. I would love to play there again. We've talked about it, there we go, there'll be a band reunion." Pulp headlined the festival in 1995 and 1998.