Led Zeppelin is reportedly considering a deal that could bring their music to online streaming services. The classic rock legends have withheld their music from online streaming, but are now considering their digital options says a rep from their label Warner Brothers.
According to Rolling Stone, Zep is in talks with a handful of the web's biggest online streaming services about a possible exclusive deal that could bring their entire catalog online. Some of the players named in the talks include Spotify, Rhapsody, Radio and Deezer.
"We're excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Led Zeppelin to activate streaming rights for their catalog," a Warner rep said in an statement about the possible deal. "We're supportive of the band's discussions with W.M.G.'s streaming service partners to create a window of exclusivity to maximize the impact of this launch."
Several of Zeppelin's classic rock peers including AC/DC and the Eagles have also held out from signing a digital deal.
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