Aging Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is calling for President Trump to cease and desist from playing the band’s music at his events citing that it falsely implies that he is endorsing the POTUS.
Now 70 years old, Tyler’s best days are behind him and his group has long been washed up although they are still touring a spectacle that is as sad as the remains of what used to be the Rolling Stones.
The group – once one of the hottest touring acts in the country – has become just another collection of sad old men stuffing their asses into spandex and looking for another big payday before they check out for that big rehab clinic in the sky.
Tyler – the butt-ugliest monkey looking motherf*cker this side of Mick Jagger – has gone to the length of actually having a cease and desist letter sent to the Trump campaign that references some
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) August 22, 2018
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler is demanding President Donald Trump stop using the band’s songs at rallies, like the one held at the Charleston Civic Center in West Virginia on Tuesday (August 21). The band’s 1993 hit “Livin’ on the Edge” was played as Trump devotees entered the venue, which has a capacity of 13,500. Tyler has in turn sent a “cease and desist” letter through his attorney Dina LaPolt to the White House accusing the President of willful infringement in broadcasting the song, which was written by Tyler, Joe Perry and Mark Hudson.
Citing the Lanham Act, which prohibits “any false designation or misleading description or representation of fact … likely to cause confusion … as to the affiliation, connection, or association of such person with another person,” Tyler’s attorney contends that playing an Aerosmith song in a public arena gives the false impression that Tyler is endorsing Trump’s presidency.
There can’t be too many more tours left in the Beantown geezers – these guys’ heyday was back when I was in high school for God’s sake – and they had best get all the dough while they are still ambulatory.
The days of wine, roses, cocaine and blow jobs from young groupies are receding farther into the mirror and soon just being able to take a regular dump will be a reason for Tyler and the boys to rejoice. You sure as hell wouldn’t see terrible Ted Nugent pulling horseshit like this with Trump.