The frontman of the band Panic! At The Disco Brendon URI called the campaign headquarters of U.S. President Donald trump to stop using its music at rallies. About this musician wrote on his Twitter page.
“You no one offered. Stop to include my song,” said singer.
In addition, URI has urged followers to vote against the current President of the US elections in November, saying that trump does not represent the interests of the population.
According to the publication, the Hill, June 23, at a rally in Arizona trump came on stage to the song High Hopes band Panic! At the Disco.
Recall, this is not the first case when musicians condemn use of their songs at rallies trump.
The family Tom petty has banned Donald Trump to use his songs.
In 2019, the Queen has banned Donald Trump to use your track We Will Rock You and the member of Norwegian pop band A-Ha Magne Magne rebuked the policy that he plagiarized the song Take on Me. And in November 2018, singer Rihanna and lead singer of Guns N’roses Axl rose was troubled by the fact that their hits without permission sound at rallies with the President. Also a lawsuit for a similar violation Trump threatened a lawyer for the group Aerosmith. In the illegal use of their music President also blamed the heavyweights of the world of rock music band The Rolling Stones, and singer Ozzy Osbourne. They publicly warned trump from using his compositions.