Aerosmith Responds To Backlash After Telling Trump He Can't Use Their Songs

Earlier this week, Steven Tyler sent a cease-and-desist letter to the White House telling President Trump that he is not allowed to use Aerosmith's music at rallies or campaign events.

Of course that set off a backlash from Trump's conservative supporters, accusing Tyler of being disrespectful to the President.

Rather than ignore their complaints, Tyler took to Twitter to respond to their comments in all caps, writing, "THIS IS NOT ABOUT DEMS VS. REPUB. I DO NOT LET ANYONE USE MY SONGS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION."

Trump played the band's 1993 hit "Livin' On The Edge" at a rally in West Virginia on Tuesday and used "Dream On" at a campaign stop in 2015.

Do you believe Tyler in saying that it's not about politics and that he doesn't want anyone using his music? Should bands have a say in who can use their music? Can you name some artists who are ok with politicians using their music?


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