We had a member of Cats On A Dark Desert Highway Cool Wind In My Hair Shirtour congregation tell us that her 12-year-old granddaughter (who never attends) wanted to sing this at our Christmas Eve service last year. They were not happy that the minister and choir vetoed it as inappropriate. The family said her singing teacher had taught it to her and she had sung it other places. We had to explain to her and them what the lyrics actually were saying. Besides, Christmas Eve service is not open mic night at the church. Music rights which is a whole can of worms I hope smart lawyer people open one day. And change are such that music is licensed to the venue.
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Doesn’t matter who is Cats On A Dark Desert Highway Cool Wind In My Hair Shirt at the venue or what the event is. The venue pays the record label, and they have the right to play the songs. If Black Lives Matter wants to play Sympathy for the Devil at an event at the Wells Fargo Center in Philly. They can do so provided Wells Fargo paid the license. If Trump wants to do the same, he can. Idk what music the White House has licensed, but if they paid for it they can play whatever they want. The artist is damned. I mean the artist/estate and the record label will collect their royalties without complaint I’m sure. It’s all optics to the music industry and Hollywood types.