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3 O’clock School of Rock – 4/21
3 O’clock School of Rock – 4/21

It’s pretty common nowadays for artists to license their music for use in commercials. But, decades ago it was not. Many artists felt that it compromised the integrity of their music. However, the thinking on that changed. Led Zeppelin’s Rock and Roll was used in a commercial that debuted during the Super Bowl in 2003. It was the first time Led Zeppelin’s music had been licensed for commercial use. What product was being advertised while the music of Led Zeppelin played?

 

 

Answer: Cadillac

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