They fear the “dangerous” verdict will stifle musical creativity.
The pair were ordered to pay $5 million after being found guilty of copying Marvin Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up”.
Because The Killers sound nothing like Bruce Springsteen and David Bowie, right?
Following yesterday’s lawsuit victory, Gaye’s family is seeking even more money from Robin Thicke and Pharrell.
Gaye’s estate is to be awarded $7.3 million.
Judge found enough similarities between “Blurred Lines” and Marvin Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up” to warrant a trial.
Thicke throws Pharrell Williams under the bus as the legal battle involving “Blurred Lines” heats up.
The paragon of parody returns with his 14th studio album.
The “Weird” stands up for grammar in his latest spoofing, “Word Crimes”.
Robin Thicke’s new album sold less than 54 copies in Australia — or, .000002% of the country’s entire population
Paula is worldwide flop.
Just 25,000 copies sold in the U.S., only 500 (!) in the U.K.
A reminder of why the Big Easy is one of our most vital cultural assets.