Tom Petty real estate issues cease and desist on Trump’s use of the song | Music


The family of Tom Petty has issued a formal cease and desist letter to the Donald Trump campaign on his use of his song I’m not going back during a rally in the city of Tulsa, June 20.In a statement posted on Twitter, Adria, Annakim, Dana and Jane Petty, said the president was “in no way allowed to use this song to continue a campaign that leaves too many Americans and common sense left behind”.

They have claimed that the end of the musician and his family, “a strong stance against racism and discrimination of any kind. Tom Petty would not want a song of his being used for a campaign of hate. he loved to bring people together.”

The small family said their support for America and for democracy“, but Donald Trump is not representative of the noble ideals of either. We would not like that to the fans who are marginalized by this administration to think that we were complicit in this use.”

A small death in 2017, an accidental overdose, with a mixture of prescription painkillers, sedatives and antidepressants found in his system.

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Other musicians have attempted to prevent the Asset from the campaign to play the music at its events. In 2015, Neil Young said Trump has not been given permission to use Rockin’ in the Free World in his presidential campaign announcement. Rihanna has sent a cease and desist letter on the use of his music in one of these tragic gatherings”.


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