In celebration of their 50th anniversary, Led Zeppelin are reportedly launching a streaming service of their live archives.
The Led Zeppelin News site, which is not affiliated with the band, reports that a “trademark filing submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office this week and seen by LedZepNews states that the band wants to trademark the term ‘The Led Zeppelin Experience’ for the purpose of ‘providing non-downloadable prerecorded music on-line via a global computer network.’”
The trademark, if approved, also extends to merchandising, specifically “t-shirts, jackets, pants, underwear, sweaters, shirts, ties, skirts, socks, scarves, shorts, dresses, belts; headgear, namely, hats and caps; footwear.”
Earlier this year, Jason Bonham told us that he was asked to not use the name Led Zeppelin Experience for his band, which resulted in him changing it to Led Zeppelin Evening.
Jason Bonham on changing the name of his band from Led Zeppelin Experience to Led Zeppelin Evening: