According to LedZepNews, LED ZEPPELIN has filed a new trademark for “Led Zeppelin Experience”, to be used as a new streaming service for archival live shows.
A new trademark filing was submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week for the purpose of “providing non-downloadable pre-recorded music online via a global computer network.” The filing specifically refers to live songs, not studio recordings.
According to the report, the band has also trademarked “Led Zeppelin Experience” in Europe, with the trademark also covering the use of the name on “outerwear, hats, footwear and other clothing items.”
Earlier this year, John Bonham‘s son, Jason Bonham, was asked to change the name of his tribute band JASON BONHAM’S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE due to the band’s upcoming use of the moniker and is now known as JASON BONHAM’S LED ZEPPELIN EVENING.
October 9 will see the release of “Led Zeppelin By Led Zeppelin”, the first and only official illustrated book by the band. It is a unique collaboration between Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones, who have given Reel Art Press unrestricted access to the LED ZEPPELIN archive.
Released this past March was a newly remastered reissue of the LED ZEPPELIN 2003 live collection, “How The West Was Won”. The set, which features new remastering supervised by Page, marked the first offering from the band in celebration of its 50th anniversary this year.