Much to Edwards’ 놀라다, Costello himself replied, 쓰기: “This is fine by me, Billy. It’s how rock and roll works. You take the broken pieces of another thrill and make a brand new toy. That’s what I did. #subterreaneanhomesickblues #toomuchmonkeybusiness”
The British singer-songwriter, who shot to fame in the 1970s, appeared to suggest that his song borrowed from Bob Dylan’s 1965 track Subterranean Homesick Blues, which in itself was inspired by Chuck Berry’s Too Much Monkey Business from 1956.
Earlier in the week Love took to Instagram to comment on Rodrigo’s promo photo for her “Sour Prom” concert film.
The photo shows Rodrigo as a prom queen with mascara running down her face and is reminiscent of Love’s band Hole’s 1994 “Live Through This” album cover.
“Spot the Difference! #자매 결연,” Love wrote in the caption on Instagram.
Rodrigo, who is best known for her roles in Disney’s Bizaardvark and High School Musical series, responded in the comment section, 쓰기 “love u and live through this sooooo much.”
Over on her Facebook account, Love was a bit more blunt in her comments, 쓰기: “It was rude of her, 과 [Rodrigo’s record label] geffen not to ask myself or [‘Live Through This’ cover photographer] Ellen von unwerth.”
Plagiarism rows are not uncommon in the music business. Last year British rock band Led Zeppelin won a long-running legal battle over claims it stole the opening guitar riff of its signature 1971 노래 “Stairway to Heaven” from a track by the US band Spirit.
에 2015, a jury ordered Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams to pay $ 7.4 million over their hit Blurred Lines, which was found to have resembled Marvin Gaye’s 1977 히트 “Got to Give It Up.”
에 2019 Katy Perry was ordered to pay damages in a copyright infringement case regarding her song
,” which was found to closely resemble a Christian rap song