Rolling Stones hands Donald Trump’s team a notice over unlicensed use of music

Donald Trump’s campaign message has never been favored by left wing supporters, and in an effort to showcase their displeasure against the ‘campaign of hate’ the band, Rolling Stones, has issued a cease and desist order against the unauthorized use of their music during his rallies.

Donald Trump’s campaign agendas have never sat right with the left wing party and its supporters, and with growing displeasure increasing day by day many have taken to voicing their thoughts publicly. Just recently the band Rolling Stones revealed the “cease and desist directives” issued for the unlicensed use of their music has been ignored time and time again.

According to a report by BBC, the band’s legal team will take “further steps to exclude” the president from using any of Rolling Stone’s material for his campaigns since previous “cease and desist directives” were ignored.

Reportedly, the unauthorized use of their music constitutes a breach in their licensing agreements and thus will be susceptible to prompt legal action if needed.

For the unversed, the statement came after Trump used the band’s song You Can’t Always Get What You Want once again during this re-election rally in Tulsa Oklahoma.

Similarly, the family of the late musician Tom Perry also issued a cease and desist letter to the Tump administration over the unauthorized use of his song I Won’t Back Down since the musician would “never want a song of his used for a campaign of hate.”

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