NEW YORK (AP) – Bill Clinton can bring together all sorts of warring parties, but couldn’t do it for Led Zeppelin. David Saltzman of the Robin Hood Foundation tells the “60 Minutes Overtime” webcast that he and executive Harvey Weinstein flew to Washington to ask Clinton to ask the surviving members of Led Zeppelin to reunite for the Superstorm Sandy benefit concert. Clinton asked, and they said no. Led Zeppelin was in Washington just before the Sandy concert to accept their Kennedy Center Honors.
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