Rolling Stones, Elton John Want Donald Trump Campaign To Stop Using Their Songs

The Rolling Stones and Elton John have both complained of Donald Trump's use of their music at campaign rallies. The presidential candidate did not ask Stones for permission to play three of their tunes - "You Can't Always Get What You Want," "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Brown Sugar" - at a campaign stop.

The Eagles And Jackson Browne To Pay Tribute To Glenn Frey At Upcoming Grammys

Eagles co-founders Don Henley and Bernie Leadon will be joined by Joe Walsh, Tim Schmit and Jackson Browne for a tribute to departed Eagle Glenn Frey at the upcoming Grammys. It is speculated that the boys may honor Frey with a performance of "Take It Easy," a song Browne wrote with Frey, and with which he recently paid tribute to him.

Elton John To Write With The Killers

Elton John has revealed that he plans to connect with the Killers to co-write for their forthcoming new album. Speaking with NME, Sir Elton said he's hoping to head stateside to commence the writing sessions as soon as this spring.

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