Led Zeppelin to end anti-streaming stance
Led Zeppelin's extensive back catalogue will soon be available to stream online, as it has emerged that the band are in talks with various music streaming services including Spotify, Rdio and Rhapsody, according to the New York Times.
Led Zeppelin's surviving members are notorious for their reluctance to make their music available online. The band famously waited until 2007 before making their albums available on iTunes, so to this decision represents a giant digital leap forward for the legendary group.
Zeppelin won't be the first band to have curbed their anti-digital stance. Metallica, who famously bickered with file-sharing site Naptster over a decade ago, have since made their catalogue available for streaming on Spotify.
All of this on Jimmy Page's 69th birthday, too! Happy birthday Jimbo!
Story by John Balfe | 11:42 | Wednesday 9th January 2013 | Music News
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