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美国歌手“王子”的家人喊话特朗普:请别再使用他的音乐

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发表于 2018-10-12 23:22:17 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式

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中国日报网10月13日电(孙若男) 近来,一大批音乐家要求美国总统特朗普团队停止演奏或播放他们的音乐。如今名单又有更新,美国传奇歌手“王子”(Prince)的家人也禁止特朗普在集会场合播放这位已故偶像的歌曲。

“王子”本名罗杰斯⋅纳尔逊,1958年生于明尼苏达州,是歌手、词曲作家及音乐制作人,也当过演员。今日日本网13日报道称,他同父异母的哥哥奥马尔⋅贝克发表推文称:“‘王子’方面从未允许特朗普总统或白宫使用其歌曲,要求他们立刻停止使用‘王子’的音乐。”

法新社联系特朗普方面,对方并未对此予以回应。

近来特朗普竞选团队长在为11月即将举行的中期选举进行宣传造势,他们在密西西比州等地举行的集会上,曾播放“王子”专辑《紫雨》(Purple Rain)的音乐,这张专辑是“王子”最受欢迎的专辑之一。

此前已有数位音乐家反对特朗普的竞选团队在共和党竞选集会上使用他们的音乐,包括滚石乐队、阿黛尔、尼尔⋅扬、R.E.M.、“空中铁匠”乐队、皇后乐队、乔治⋅哈里森等。

意大利已故男高音歌唱家帕瓦罗蒂的家人也曾批评特朗普团队使用帕瓦罗蒂演唱《今夜无人入睡》的录音。据悉2016年总统大选中,这曾经是特朗普集会的固定曲目。

不过2年前在推特的一个问答环节中,滚石乐队前主唱米克⋅贾格尔曾提到,根据美国法律,他无法阻止特朗普播放他的音乐。

《每日野兽》网站援引贾格尔的话说:“如果你在一个公共场所,例如像麦迪逊广场花园或者剧院,你可以弹奏任何你想弹奏的音乐,没人能阻止你。所以如果你写了一首歌,而其他人在你去就餐的餐馆里弹奏,你也无法阻止他们。”

报道称,美国法律允许艺术家要求他的音乐不在政治活动中播放,但目前尚没有人采取任何法律行动。

2016年4月,“王子”因意外服用过量止痛药去世,享年57岁。他本人没有遗嘱,也没有子女,他的财产由其兄弟姐妹保管。


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 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-12 23:24:51 | 显示全部楼层
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news ... -music-rallies.html

Prince's estate demands Trump STOP using Purple Rain at his rallies immediately saying president doesn't have permission to use it
  • Trump campaign used Purple Rain at recent rallies, including last week in South Haven, Mississippi
  • Prince's half-brother Omarr Baker said 'The Prince Estate has never given permission to President Trump or the White House to use Prince's songs.'
  • Other singers have launched similar attempts to stop their music being used at Trump rallies, including Steve Tyler after Livin' On The Edge was played
PUBLISHED: 14:07 EDT, 12 October 2018 | UPDATED: 23:02 EDT, 12 October 2018

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Prince's surviving family members are asking President Donald Trump to stop using the late rock star's music at campaign rallies.
Prince's 'Purple Rain' has frequently been on Trump's playlist at recent rallies, including last week in South Haven, Mississippi.
A statement retweeted on behalf of the estate by Prince's half-brother Omarr Baker said 'The Prince Estate has never given permission to President Trump or the White House to use Prince's songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately.'
Neither an attorney for the estate nor a White House spokeswoman immediately responded to messages from The Associated Press.
Prince died in 2016 from an accidental fentanyl overdose at his Paisley Park complex in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
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Not at his rallies: Trump is being warned by Prince's estate not to use Purple Rain or any other songs from his vast catalog at campaign events


Steven Tyler hit out at the president and demanded that he stop using the band's songs at his rallies in August.
Livin' On The Edge, Aerosmith's 1993 hit, was most recently played before the president's rally at the Charleston Civic Center in West Virginia that month.
Tyler took to Twitter to express his continued frustration at Trump for using the band's songs.
'This is not about Dems Vs Repub,' he wrote. 'I do not let anyone use my songs without my permission.'
'My music is for causes not for political campaigns or rallies. Protecting copyright and songwriters is what I've been fighting for even before this current administration took office.'
Tyler took his fight beyond Twitter, sending a cease and desist letter to the White House.
Dina LaPolt, Tyler's attorney, argued that playing any of the band's songs gives the 'false impression' that they support the president.
'As we have made clear numerous times, Mr Trump is creating the false impression that our client has given his consent for the use of his music, and even that he endorses the presidency of Mr Trump,' LaPolt wrote in a letter to the White House obtained by NBC.  
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'By using Livin' On The Edge without our client's permission, Mr Trump is falsely implying that our client, once again, endorses his campaign and/or his presidency, as evidenced by actual confusion seen from the reactions of our client's fans all over social media.'  
In 2015 the Aerosmith leader demanded that Trump, then running for the Republican candidacy, stop playing the hit Dream On.
Tyler argued that Trump needed 'written permission' in order to use his music and that the Republican candidate was violating his copyright.
He was so enraged by the ordeal that Broadcast Music, Inc, one of four United States performing rights organizations, pulled the song's public performance rights.
A number of artists have publicly stated that they do not want Trump to use their music, including Adele, Twisted Sister, R.E.M, and George Harrison's estate.


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