It’s been an extraordinary last couple of days for three icons of classic rock who this week faced a music industry they couldn’t have possibly imagined in their heydays. It’s interesting, though, to consider the unique and very different set of circumstances — music streaming services, reversion rights and releasing a global digital single — each faced.
Led Zeppelin are reportedly in the process of negotiating exclusive rights to their back catalog with a number of digital music subscription services. According to the New York Times, Spotify, Rhapsody, Rdio and Deezer are among the services reportedly vying for the band’s classic albums. Read more here