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Epic Rights, Merch By Amazon to Launch Apparel and Accessories

EpicRightsEpic Rights partnered with Merch by Amazon to sell Epic Rights’ artists official apparel and cellphone accessories on Amazon.com. The initial product launch includes classic and fashionable shirts for men, women, and kids, featuring graphics from KISS, Aerosmith, and John Lennon.

Epic Rights will add product categories to the program and build out programs for its complete roster of artists, including AC/DC, David Bowie, Billy Joel, Def Leppard, Celine Dion, ZZ Top, Duran Duran, Wham!, Marc Anthony, Sting, Cypress Hill, Lionel Richie, Lyrics by Lennon & McCartney, Woodstock Festival, and more.

 

Epic Rights Promotes Lisa Streff to Executive Vice President, Global Licensing

Lisa Streff Head Shot

Lisa Streff has been promoted to executive vice president, global licensing at Epic Rights.

Streff will be responsible for directing Epic Rights’ global strategies for artists’ brand development, in addition to establishing partnerships between consumer products and entertainment-based properties. She will spearhead the global licensing, merchandising, and retail efforts of Epic Rights’ growing portfolio of brands, including AC/DC, KISS, John Lennon, Woodstock, CBGB, Aerosmith, Jefferson Airplane, Billy Idol, Def Leppard, Joan Jett, Gary Baseman, and more.

Streff joined Epic Rights from the launch of the company in January 2014 as senior vice president of licensing, focusing on developing licensing and consumer products throughout North America.

Epic Rights Expands Roster of Legendary Music Artists

Epic Rights has expanded its client roster through new representation agreements with top musical artists including Def Leppard, Billy Idol, Chicago, Doobie Brothers, Cinderella, Whitesnake, Jeff Beck, Jefferson Airplane, T. Rex, Velvet Revolver, and Yes. The company has also finalized multi-artists licensing agreements with select apparel licensees to develop fashion apparel programs for the brands.

Licensees for the program include Lauren Moshi, Retro Brands, Mighty Fine, Jerry Leigh, Life Clothing, Trevco, and Impact. The licensees will introduce rock apparel clothing lines, including T-shirts, fashion tops, kits, hoodies, sweatshirts, dresses, leggings, and loungewear. The apparel will debut across a broad range of retail channels throughout the U.S in the spring.

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