Donald Trump played Aerosmith’s “Dream On” at a rally in Alabama in August, and was asked not to play the song again. After he used “Dream On” at a political gathering in Georgia over the weekend, Steven Tyler got his lawyers involved, sending Trump a cease-and-desist letter and giving him 24 hours to respond.
Asked by Fox News how he feels about Tyler’s letter, Trump says, “It’s all been worked out.”
Tyler’s attorney Dina LaPolt says the singer has no “personal issue” with Trump, explaining, “Steven works tirelessly with both Republicans and Democrats regarding copyright reform and his position has always been consistent regarding copyright and intellectual property. Simply, one must get permission from the music creators. Steven wrote 100% of Dream On and this is about the un-authorised use of his property. Steven is a registered Republican.”