These will form just a fraction of an extensive new global merchandising programme for Authentic Hendrix and Experience Hendrix, the Jimi Hendrix estate as they look to build out a Hendrix franchise.
Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing has secured a new licensing agreement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Epic Rights to create two new children’s book titles inspired by popular songs from The Beatles.
The new lifestyle collection will reflect the many facets of the pop icon's brand.
The Dirty Pop Up will run from April 28 to May 1 and will celebrate the 20 year history of the group as well as serve as the launch of NSYNC’s official merchandise collection.
Authentic Hendrix merchandise and product lines pay homage to Hendrix, the man Rolling Stone anointed ‘The greatest guitarist of all time.’
The new program will launch in celebration of the boy band's 20th anniversary.
"We are very excited to combine the efforts of our two companies to build strong revenue streams and generate new opportunities for western artists, entertainment brands and celebrities in the growing Japanese market."
The licensing firm has teamed up with Merch by Amazon to offer apparel and accessories for some of the world's most well-known artists.
‘In the past five years, online counterfeiting of artist merchandise has grown explosively worldwide, confusing fans with inferior product and unapproved designs, and with the artist losing sales,’ says Epic Rights' Jesper Poulsen.
The product range will incorporate the lyrics of many of the duo’s most popular songs across multiple consumer goods categories.
The Celine Dion lifestyle brand will 'evoke her unique style and superior attention to detail that fans have come to expect from her music, concerts and charitable activities'.
Branded electricity services, refrigerators and Tequila are just some of the markets in which the rock band brand AC/DC is finding new footing.
Epic Rights and Global Merchandising Services will be responsible for handling the band’s official online merchandise store.
Off the back of a sell out worldwide tour, Epic Rights is leveraging the growing legions of KISS fans with multiple new deals and renewals for the glam rockers.
Lucky Brand will create a new line of tops and headwear that feature artists represented by Epic Rights.
The firm has teamed with Prominent Brand and Talent and Sammy Hagar to develop extensive licensing programme for the brand.
He will help develop the digital presence for artists such as AC/DC, KISS, Aerosmith, John Lennon, Def Leppard, Billy Idol, Woodstock, CBGB and more.
KISS frontman launches Royals & Rebels brand.
Agent believes brand will be 'pre-eminent symbol for a fit, healthy and luxury-infused lifestyle'.