Led Zeppelin has apparently filled a trademark for the term "Led Zeppelin Experience" in conjunction with their plans to stream their live shows online for fans worldwide.
LedZepNews reveals that the 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 also specifically refers to live audio recordings, which LedZepNews believe that the band is open to the idea of streaming their live shows online for fans across the globe.
In a previous interview with Planet Rock, guitarist Jimmy Page has clarified that there are still many unearthed treasures from the Led Zeppelin archives. He vaguely indicated that these materials will be released over the next ten years.
Prior to this, Jason Bonham, son of Led Zeppelin's drummer, had used "Led Zeppelin Experience" as the name for his tribute band but had to change it at the request of Led Zeppelin.
LedZepNews has also confirmed that the same term has been trademarked in U.K and Europe but are failing to secure similar protections in the U.S. It is reported that the trademark will cover the phrase for clothing merchandises.
Watch Sweeto from Saturday nights reminisnce about his Led Zeppelin concert that happened at Western Springs, Auckland below.