The Rolling Stones, Phil Collins, Prince’s estate – Donald Trump’s use of music at campaign rallies keeps drawing lawyers’ letters

//The Rolling Stones, Phil Collins, Prince’s estate – Donald Trump’s use of music at campaign rallies keeps drawing lawyers’ letters

The Rolling Stones, Phil Collins, Prince’s estate – Donald Trump’s use of music at campaign rallies keeps drawing lawyers’ letters

From the beloved opening lines of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah to the rousing, children’s choir conclusion of the Rolling Stones’ You Can’t Always Get What You Want, US President Donald Trump’s campaign rallies have been filled with classic songs. But their authors and heirs loudly reject him and his politics.The Trump campaign can hardly play a song without the artist denouncing its use and sending a cease-and-desist letter. Neil Young, John Fogerty, Phil Collins, Panic! At The Disco and the…

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