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Oh, yes! This should be great! Squinch Dec 2016 #1
I've got the Cover Song for King Donald I Chasstev365 Dec 2016 #2
The comments by the deplorables at the link are hilarious (to me). LeftofObama Dec 2016 #3
Don't forget The Reagan Years and their alternate ego band The Mixx, which is the same band Nwgirl503 Dec 2016 #13
Daily Mail readers though - so they are a special case. JHan Dec 2016 #38
Assuming this is the case onenote Dec 2016 #4
Live streaming on the internet is how they will do it kimbutgar Dec 2016 #5
That could work. onenote Dec 2016 #6
There will definitely be channels who carry it. LonePirate Dec 2016 #7
I'm betting they won't onenote Dec 2016 #10
Hah! Boycott threats from Trump voters crack me up. Hugin Dec 2016 #11
They don't have to spend money. Just organize a boycott of the channels that present the concert onenote Dec 2016 #12
I could definitely see BET carrying the concert. Maybe even MTV. LonePirate Dec 2016 #14
BET and MTV are owned by Viacom and Viacom has and will have issues it will want addressed onenote Dec 2016 #15
Yet when DC Metro contacted the Trump campaign for a release to do it they never replied...The lunasun Dec 2016 #29
They should try to hook up with Netflix, Hulu, Sling, avebury Dec 2016 #23
Would you rather sell ads for A list entertainers or the dreck that Trump is booking? Thor_MN Dec 2016 #20
And what companies are going to want to buy those ads? onenote Dec 2016 #27
Companies that want to sell things. Thor_MN Dec 2016 #28
Not companies that will fear being boycotted onenote Dec 2016 #36
Opinons vary. Thor_MN Dec 2016 #40
Yes they do. But some opinions are fact based and others are based on wishful thinking onenote Dec 2016 #41
Opinions based on guarantees instead of facts are mostly worthless. Thor_MN Dec 2016 #43
As someone who has dealt with Congress daily for decades onenote Dec 2016 #44
Anyone can be anyone they want to be on the internet. Thor_MN Dec 2016 #45
Sigh. That's the attitude that led millions to reject reality and vote for Trump onenote Dec 2016 #46
Well there's certainly a market. NYC Liberal Dec 2016 #42
The Trump campaign used music without permission. lpbk2713 Dec 2016 #8
Priceless... sheshe2 Dec 2016 #9
Daily Mail is a right-wing UK tabloid oberliner Dec 2016 #16
True, but they aren't always wrong. There are reports of this elsewhere. The Velveteen Ocelot Dec 2016 #17
No, but they just take other people's reporting and use it to generate hits for themselves oberliner Dec 2016 #18
Good point... The Velveteen Ocelot Dec 2016 #22
Wasn't it weird that Trump asked Celine Dion if she would perform? gratuitous Dec 2016 #19
Well, he tried to hire Andrea Bocelli, who's Italian. The Velveteen Ocelot Dec 2016 #21
Evidently Bocelli couldn't HillWilliam Dec 2016 #30
He figured out pretty fast that it would be a career-killer. The Velveteen Ocelot Dec 2016 #31
. Iggo Dec 2016 #47
Badoomp-Tssssh! HillWilliam Jan 2017 #48
You make a good point here, I think Benedict Donald thought he'd keep all his friends who didn't... uponit7771 Dec 2016 #26
Would love to see them combine a concert with raising money elmac Dec 2016 #24
For those who can't make Miami riverbendviewgal Dec 2016 #25
Is this one of those times when we believe the Daily Mail? cwydro Dec 2016 #32
It cites a Politico article, so I figured it wasn't made up. The Velveteen Ocelot Dec 2016 #33
I hope so LandrosT Dec 2016 #34
It shouldn't be a day of celebration IMO ignoring the whole inauguration works better for me lunasun Dec 2016 #35
Any updates? Vogon_Glory Dec 2016 #37
Perfect.. it had to be Cha Dec 2016 #39
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