Supporters wait in line to enter a rally held by US President Donald Trump in Freeland, Michigan, the US. The Rolling Stones and Neil Young have reacted angrily to their songs being played at his campaign rallies. Photo: Getty Images Supporters wait in line to enter a rally held by US President Donald Trump in Freeland, Michigan, the US. The Rolling Stones and Neil Young have reacted angrily to their songs being played at his campaign rallies. Photo: Getty Images
Supporters wait in line to enter a rally held by US President Donald Trump in Freeland, Michigan, the US. The Rolling Stones and Neil Young have reacted angrily to their songs being played at his campaign rallies. Photo: Getty Images

Donald Trump campaign’s music choices cause more controversy after ban on using songs from the Rolling Stones, Neil Young and Tom Petty

  • Creedence Clearwater Revival song Fortunate Son, played at a Trump rally last week, was likely intended to criticise people like the US president
  • The Rolling Stones threatened Trump with a lawsuit in June for using their song You Can’t Always Get What You Want at the end of his campaign rallies

Topic |   Music
Supporters wait in line to enter a rally held by US President Donald Trump in Freeland, Michigan, the US. The Rolling Stones and Neil Young have reacted angrily to their songs being played at his campaign rallies. Photo: Getty Images Supporters wait in line to enter a rally held by US President Donald Trump in Freeland, Michigan, the US. The Rolling Stones and Neil Young have reacted angrily to their songs being played at his campaign rallies. Photo: Getty Images
Supporters wait in line to enter a rally held by US President Donald Trump in Freeland, Michigan, the US. The Rolling Stones and Neil Young have reacted angrily to their songs being played at his campaign rallies. Photo: Getty Images
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