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Kid Rock Accused Of Biting '80s Synth Tune For 'Cowboy'

Cowboys have to deal with the hazards of subduing charging bulls, getting their spurs caught in their lassos and keeping cold bottles of beer from exploding during especially rigorous horse rides. Some, like Kid Rock, also have to contend with copyright infringement lawsuits. Relatively unknown songwriters Brian Chatton, Nico Ramsden, Nick Richards and Jeff Seopardi, who recorded under the name Boys Don’t Cry, are suing the maverick rocker over his 1998 song “Cowboy,” contending that it plagiarizes their 1986 synth-pop track “I Wanna Be a Cowboy,” which reached #12 on the Billboard singles chart. On April 17, Microhits Music Corp.,… Read more »

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