This October will see the premiere of 'CBGB," a movie about the legendary Manhattan club that witnessed the birth of punk. Yesterday (Aug. 2), the contents of the soundtrack were released, and it contains some of that scene's most familiar names.
Twenty current and former Newtown Elementary school children have recorded a version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" with the help of Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz, both of the legendary rock band Talking Heads, to record a song that they hope will raise money for Newtown.
It seems like musicians just don't like Republicans using their music for campaign purposes.
The latest is "Twisted Sister" lead singer Dee Snyder who has asked VP running mate Paul Ryan to stop playing his song "We're not Gonna Take It" on the campaign trail. You could read the complete story here.
Past musicians who have asked politicians to stop using their music are: