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|August 10, 2020|
Eagles claim trademark infringement over lullaby CD
LOS ANGELES--One of rock’s top bands has gone to court over trademark infringement.
‘The Eagles” claim that Los Angeles-based CMH Records did not get permission to remake and distribute some of its biggest hits as lullabies for infants.
“Hotel California” was among several lullabies filed in music stores under ‘The Eagles’ name.
CMH Records did obtain licenses for ten Eagles tunes that were released under the title ‘Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of the Eagles.’ But, ‘The Eagles’ say it falsely suggests that the band authorized the CD.
Story Date: December 30, 2008