The US President was once again “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at a campaign event play.
London The Rolling Stones threaten US President Donald Trump with legal steps, because he plays their Songs in spite of a Declaration to cease and desist in his campaign appearances. Music is an essential part of the staging of the US election campaign appearances. Your legal representation was working with the organization BMI for music copyrights, announced the rock band on Sunday. It should be used to prevent Trump use your Material in his rallies. He should resist more, “he would face a lawsuit for breach of contract, and the playing of music for which no license has been issued”.
Election campaign in music dispute
The Stones and many other artists had already complained in 2016, that Trump had their music in his campaign play, to ensure the mood among his followers, but in vain. Your classic “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” from 1969 was a big Hit. Most recently, the Song has been played at trump’s controversial rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The event was held inside and was criticized for it, that the new Coronavirus might spread there under the conditions easier.
The survivors of rock musician Tom Petty announced that they had obtained a Declaration to cease and desist against Trump. In Tulsa he had before, “I Won’t Back Down” play. “Tom Petty would never want one of his Songs is used in a hate campaign. He liked it, to bring the people together.“
In addition to the Rolling Stones and Tom Petty, the list of music From musicians whose Songs were used against their declared will of Trump for appearances, length: Adele and Pharrell about Guns ’n’ Roses and Neil Young to Rihanna or Steven Tyler.