It's not uncommon for the president to use popular songs from recording artists for many of his rallies and demonstrations.
The Rolling Stones are working with performing rights company BMI to have their music removed from an blanket licensing agreement the trump campaign may hold. However, they added, a provision "allows BMI to exclude musical works from the license if a songwriter or publisher objects to its use by a campaign".
The Stones aren't the only musicians who have recently expressed a desire for Trump to stop using their music. "Therefore, a political campaign can not and should not try to circumvent BMI's withdrawal of musical works under its Political Entities License by attempting to rely on another license", Thomas said.
Bands can contact the organisation to alter their licence, to ensure that their music is not used publicly by certain entities if they so wish.
Stones' frontman and guitarist, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, teamed up with BMI to put a stop to this.
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