Rihanna, Pink Floyd and Britney among 125 artists against Pandora royalty lawsuit

Brandon Bakshi

A list of 125 musicians have spoken out against Pandora in an open letter in which they call a lawsuit filed by the company against ASCAP 'unfair'.

The lawsuit, filed by Pandora against performing rights organisation the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), attempts to to lower songwriter royalty rates. 

The letter, created by SoundExchange and musicFirst Coalition counts a number of high-profile artists and bands amongst its supporters, including Bryan Adams, Rihanna, Pink Floyd, Dionne Warwick and Britney ...

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