Trump asked not to play Stones songs

 
Trump asked not to play Stones songs
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Members of the British rock band The Rolling Stones, do not like to be associated with Donald Trump, and have asked him to stop playing their songs during campaigning events.

In a statement, the rock band said that Trump has not been allowed to play their songs.

Trump has used Rolling Stones classics during his campaign appearances for months.

The song "You Can not Always Get What You Want" has been played numerous times, while "Start Me Up" was played during an event Tuesday.

Nobody in Trump camp has so far commented on the requirement from the British band, or said whether they have permission to play the band's songs.

Previously, known artists as Adele, Neil Young and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler have asked that Trump does not use their music when campaigning.

Guessing that if Trump goes all the way and becomes the next US President, there are some artists who will not be invited to the White House.

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