Epic Rights has expanded its roster of music legends with new representation agreements for artists including Def Leppard, Billy Idol, Jeff Beck, T-Rex and more.
Chicago, Doobie Brothers, Cinderella, Whitesnake, Jefferson Airplane, Velvet Revolver and Yes are also among the new artists to sign with the firm.
And kicking off the year in suitable fashion, Epic Rights has also secured multi-artists licensing agreements with select US apparel licensees, to develop a collection of fashion apparel programmes for the popular brands.
“Epic Rights continues to be a leader in adding trendsetting and iconic bands to its roster that appeal to a diverse consumer base, which has similarly attracted top names in today’s apparel licensing business,” said Lisa Streff, SVP of licensing, Epic Rights.
The apparel licensees secured in the latest swathe of deals, include Lauren Moshi, Retro Brands, Mighty Fine, Jerry Leigh, Life Clothing, Trevco and Impact. Each will introduce rock apparel clothing lines, including T-shirts, fashion tops, knits, hoodies, sweatshirts, dresses, leggings, loungewear and more.
New collections will roll out across the US in spring of this year.