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  1. Aug 07, 2020 · At the time, the emerging Trump campaign was hit by a wave of cease-and-desist orders for unauthorized use of music, including from band R.E.M., whose hit It's the End of the World as We Know It ...

  2. Background Hip hop. Trump's name first appeared in hip hop lyrics during the 1980s when the business mogul became an icon of the ultra rich. Among the earliest mentions of Trump in rap lyrics was the Beastie Boys' track "Johnny Ryall" on the 1989 Paul's Boutique album, in which they contrast Donald Trump with his homeless alter-ego, Donald Tramp.

  3. Oct 31, 2020 · “Elton’s music has not been requested for use in any official capacity by Donald Trump. Any use of his music should not be seen as an endorsement of Donald Trump by Elton,” John’s ...

  4. A major aspect of Donald Trump's presidential election campaigns, in both his 2016 campaign, and his 2020 campaign, are his prominent and frequent political rallies.Below are musicians who have voiced opposition to their music being used at the rallies, or for other political purposes, and the actions they took in response to their use.

  5. Jul 11, 2020 · Hogan spoke with attorney Dina LaPolt, who worked on behalf of Aerosmith to get Trump’s campaign to cease using their music at its events. LaPolt also noted that artists could contend that using their music constituted a false endorsement. Both Aerosmith and Rihanna have successfully made that argument.

  6. Sep 17, 2020 · The Trump campaign’s playing of Creedence Clearwater Revival song Fortunate Son at a rally adds to controversy over its music choices that has seen the Rolling Stones and Neil Young ban use of ...

  7. Aug 27, 2020 · Trump's MAGA music has American rock 'n rollers like Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Tom Petty crying foul — and others hiring lawyers