Frontman Steven Tyler of the U.s. rock band Aerosmith has president Donald Trump once again reminded of the songs of his group to play at political meetings. The use of the music gives the wrong impression that the singer behind the policies of the president, it sounds in a verzoekbrief of His lawyer, which several American media yesterday local time cited. The occasion this time were pictures on the internet of a speech by Trump in the capital city Charleston of the kolenstaat West Virginia, with the song “Livin’ on the Edge” was played.
In 2015, had Tyler twice through his lawyer objection leave to appeal against Trump, who was still as a presidential candidate and his music in election campaigns had used. Then it went to the song “Dream On”. That the president does not concern itself with copyright makes the matter still flagranter, it sounds in the current writing. Tyler (70) wrote on Twitter that his annoyance nothing to do with his personal political opinions. “Even before the advent of the current government, I fought for copyrights and songwriters to protect,” says the musician.