Ensign, David
August 2010
Kentucky Libraries;Summer2010, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p26
Academic Journal
The article focuses on issues of public performance rights on music sound recordings, relative to the use of music for the political campaign of U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul. It says that Rand plays the music by the band Rush such as "The Spirit of Radio" for rallies and "Tom Sawyer" as background for a fundraising video on You Tube. It notes that the use of music by a political campaign requires the permission of the licensing agency or from the composers under the Copyright Act.


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