Pink Floyd accuse Pandora of 'tricking' artists into supporting royalty cuts

RHIAN JONES

Pink Floyd have accused Pandora of ‘tricking’ artists in supporting a cut to their own royalties from the internet radio service.

In an open letter published in USA Today, band members David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Roger Waters (pictured) speak about emails from Pandora that are asking musicians’ to sign a 'letter of support' for internet radio.

The support is said to be in aid of a Congressional petition to pass a special law that would allow ...

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