the Rolling Stones, is threatening to sue the president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump, if he continues to use rockgruppens music in its political thrust.
The 74-year-old Trump used recently the song 'You Can't Always Get What You Want' during a large vælgermøde in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Since 2016, the british rock band complained that Trump used the group numbers, but no luck.
At Trumps inauguration as president in January 2017 was 'Heart of Stone' game. But after four years of fruitless effort increases the Rolling Stones now the pressure on Trump.
the Band, including frontfiguren Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, has collaborated with the american BMI, which represents the musicians and other performers ' rights, found a method, in which they can sue Trump for breach of music publishing rights.
- It may be the last time that Trump uses any songs by Jagger/Richards during his election campaigns. If Donald Trump continues, he will be sued, says the group on Saturday to the american magazine Rolling Stone.
Several other musicians, including the late Tom Petty and Neil Young, have criticized Trump for using their music and tried to get him to stop it.