Close to the end of Tom Petty have made a call to Donald Trump to stop the use of his music after Trump played one of his songs at his Saturday night rally in the city of Tulsa.
Trump has played the Small in 1989 song “I won’t Back Down” during his first meeting since the month of March.
‘Trump was in no way authorized to use this piece of a campaign that leaves too many Americans, and the good sense behind “, wrote his daughters Adria and Annakim, and his two ex-wives, Dana and Jane Little.
The girl, who was a staunch guardian of his own artistic control, died in October, 2017, 66 years of age, from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs.
Tom Petty’s two daughters Adria and Annakim and ex-wives Dana and Jane frowned at Donald Trump’s use of the song at a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday night
Trump rally in Tulsa played master of the song ” I won’t Back Down “, to the annoyance of his family
Its close to write: “at the Time the end of the Tom Petty and his family a firm position against racism and discrimination of any kind.
“Tom Petty would never want a song of his being used for a campaign of hate. He loved to bring people together.’
The four women write that they would ” hate for the fans who are marginalized by this administration to think that we were complicit in this use.’
The small family to join a long list of musicians who have complained of the Trumpet with the help of their music.
Tom Petty, who died in 2017, has been a fierce defender of its own artistic rights
At the top of the list are the Rolling Stones, whose song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” has been a feature of his 2016 campaign, and has now become something of an anthem for his supporters.
The Stones have tried, and failed, to make the campaign stop using it.
Others who have objected to their music being used by Trump at rallies include Pharrell Williams, R. E. M., Aerosmith, Neil Young, Adele, Rihanna and the Village People.
They have little chance of success, however.
The Rolling Stones are opposed to Donald Trump with the help of one of their songs
Pharell WIlliams has also disapproved of his music used by the president
Rihanna has said that she did not agree with his music being co-opted by the Trumpet of the campaign
According to ASCAP document called the Use of Music In Political Campaigns, for a song to be used properly: ‘the campaign will have to contact the song publisher and, possibly, the artist’s record label to negotiate the appropriate licenses with them. “
This use applies only to the use of a song in an ad campaign.
The organization of the rally must apply for a license to play the music on their site, but once the license has been granted, they can play the music they choose.