Steven Tyler Wants Trump To Stop Playing Aerosmith At Rallies

Donald Trump played Aerosmith's 1993 hit "Livin' On The Edge" at his rally in West Virginia on Tuesday and Steven Tyler is not happy.

Tyler had his lawyer send a "cease and desist" letter to the White House, accusing the President of willful infringement in broadcasting the song.

Attorney Dina LaPolt cites the Lanham Act, saying that Trump's use of the song could confuse people into thinking that Tyler is endorsing the President.

This isn't the first time Trump has used the Boston rockers' music. In 2015 Trump used "Dream On" during the election campaign until he received a similar letter ordering him to stop.

Should politicians at this point realize that most bands don't want their music used for political  events? Or does the rule only apply to one political party? Which other artists have told politicians to stop using their music?

 

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