to read here on the website of Variety in English), music stars solemnly demand that Republican and Democratic candidates in the US election seek permission before using any of their tracks at campaign rallies.

Many artists have complained, since the previous presidential campaign, that some of their songs were performed at public meetings with Donald Trump.

“data-reactid =” 19 “> In an open letter published on Tuesday (read here on the website of Variety in English), music stars solemnly demand that Republican and Democratic candidates in the U.S. election seek permission before using any of their tracks at campaign rallies.

Many artists have complained, since the previous presidential campaign, that some of their songs were performed at public meetings with Donald Trump.

The Rolling Stones and Neil Young very uplifted

is the only way to protect your candidates from legal risk, unnecessary controversy or moral quagmire“, argue the authors of the letter addressed to the main bodies of the Democratic and Republican parties.

Among them are the Rolling Stones, who threatened Donald Trump again at the end of June to sue him if his campaign team continued to use the song You Can’t Always Get What You Want during its public meetings.

There is also Neil Young, supports Democrat Joe Biden, who has threatened these days to sue President Donald Trump who continues, despite his repeated objections, to broadcast (…)

“data-reactid =” 21 “> Request permission from performers and authors”is the only way to protect your candidates from legal risk, unnecessary controversy or moral quagmire“, argue the authors of the letter addressed to the main bodies of the Democratic and Republican parties.

Among them are the Rolling Stones, who threatened Donald Trump again at the end of June to sue him if his campaign team continued to use the song You Can’t Always Get What You Want during its public meetings.

There is also Neil Young, supports Democrat Joe Biden, who has threatened these days to sue President Donald Trump who continues, despite his repeated objections, to broadcast (…)

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