‘The Rolling Stones’ threatens to sue Trump in court over the use of music

Rock band “The Rolling Stones“has threatened to sue US President Donald Trump if he continues to use its music in his election campaign rallies,” Rolling Stone reported.

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His latest campaign event in Talsi last weekend featured the song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” by The Rolling Stones.

British rock musicians have complained about Trump’s use of their compositions since the 2016 presidential campaign, but this has not affected his campaign headquarters, and even during Trump’s inauguration, the song “Heart of Stone” was played.

The group and its soloist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards collaborates with the copyright organization BMI, which represents more than a million performing artists.

They have recently found out how to sue Trump for breach of the licensing agreement.

“This may be the last time Trump has used Jugger / Richards songs in his campaigns,” the group said in a statement released by Rolling Stone on Saturday at https://news.google.com/__i/rss/rd/articles/. Donalds Tramps will not take the ban into account and will continue, he must take the claim to court. “

In the past, several musicians, including Neil Young, have expressed dissatisfaction with Trump’s use of their compositions and tried to ban him.

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