Once again, Neil Young has asked President Trump to stop playing his music at campaign appearances.
On Election Day, Young posted, “DT does not have my permission to use the song ‘Rockin’ In The Free World’ at his appearances. Legally, he has the right to, however it goes against my wishes.”
The Rock Hall of Famer first took issue with Trump’s use of the 1989 classic back in 2015, when it was played at a campaign gathering for Trump in New York.
Young is among a growing number of artists who have called for Trump to stop using their music at public events. Others include Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, Twisted Sister, Elton John, Pharrell Williams, and most recently Rihanna.
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