Aerosmith Doesn’t Want Trump to Use Their Music at Evansville Rally
Mainly because he doesn't have permission to do so.
Tuesday, Trump was at a rally in Charelston, West Virginia and used the song "Livin' On the Edge" by Aerosmith. Which prompted Aerosmith and their lawyers to send the President a cease-and-desist letter, because he did not have permission to use that, or any other, Aerosmith song.
This isn't the first time Trump has gotten in hot water with Aerosmith. Back in 2015, he used their song "Dream On" during his campaign rallies and they didn't care for that much either.
Tyler even went so far as to explain himself on Twitter.
This seems like playground logic, which I thought every one understood by now, but apparently not: If someone doesn't give you permission to use their thing...You can't use that thing. And if you do use that thing without the owners permission, that's stealing.
That's just a basic definition of the term "Stealing" (If you want to check all the definitions, it all boils down to the same thing.)
So if Trump uses an Aerosmith song when he comes to town next week, he's going to be in BIG trouble with Steven Tyler and his lawyers.