Legendary singer-songwriter Steven Tyler spoke out about copyright issues in an op-ed for The Huffington Post Wednesday, calling on politicians to be more active in working to protect copyright. The Aerosmith frontman discussed his role as a founding member of the GRAMMYs Creator's Alliance, a group working to preserve copyright through grassroots movements across the country. Read his full post Sign In to Keep Reading
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