Robert Downey Jr. Starting a new Record Label with Son

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downeyandsonBrands OnTap reports that on January 13th, actor Robert Downey Jr. and his son Indio Falconer Downey filed a federal trademark application for INDEX RECORDS in connection with record label services, music publishing services, sound recording studios, sound editing, music production services, record production, and entertainment services.

Downey had released a CD in 2004 called The Futurist and has sung on several soundtracks in his films such as Chaplin, Too Much Sun, Two Girls and a Guy, Friends and Lovers, The Singing Detective and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.

Brands OnTap speculates that INDEX RECORDS will have an active role in Indio’s band based upon a federal trademark application filed the same day by Indio and his bandmate for their band poetically named THE DOSE in connection with live musical performances and concerts as well as film clips, videos, photos, and news releases about a musical group.


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