AEROSMITH: Steven Tyler demands the President stop playing their songs at rallies
Steven Tyler is again demanding that Donald Trump not play Aerosmith songs at his rallies.
Back in 2015, Tyler had a cease-and-desist letter sent to Trump after "Dream On" was used during his presidential campaign. The latest C-and-D comes after "Living on the Edge" was used at last night's rally in West Virginia. Tyler's lawyer, Dina LaPolt, shared the letter with Variety. In it, she accuses Trump of "willful infringement in broadcasting the song."
The letter states, "As we have made clear numerous times, Mr. Trump is creating the false impression that our client has given his consent for the use of his music, and even that he endorses the presidency of Mr. Trump... We are unaware of any remaining public performance license still in existence which grants Mr. Trump the right use [Tyler's] music in connection with the rallies or any other purpose. If Mr. Trump has any such license, please forward it to our attention immediately."