Monday, October 15, 2007

Zeppelin Catalog on iTunes in November

Led Zeppelin, one of the last holdouts over making its music digitally available, will soon have its full catalog available on iTunes and other online music sites, according to this Reuters story. Next up, The Beatles and Radiohead?

On a related note, I was not one of the 10,000 who got accepted to buy tickets to the reunion show. More than a million people applied to be in the running, and I guess the odds weren't that good. Not like I could have dropped everything and GONE to the show in London, but it would have been nice to have the option, no? Ha ha!

3 comments:

Barbara (aka Layla) said...

I didn't get a ticket either, I actually would have dropped everything, but other than my job I don't have much to drop.

VoxMoose said...

Were the tickets first come first serve as usual or was there a real application process? (I can't tell if you are kidding around).

Isorski said...

It was a real application process. You had to put your name into a lottery and the lottery winners had the option to buy the tickets. I guess a million people signed up to have the option to buy tickets (only 10,000 available). Wow!