The band want Ed Kowalczyk to stop using their name to promote solo showsClassic Rock Magazine reports that three original members of Live are suing Kowalczyk, claiming that his latest solo album, Alive, and his solo shows, which are promoted as Ed Kowalczyk Of Live, are damaging their band. They also claim that he’d signed himself up as sole recipient of the band’s publishing income.
Live Sue Former Frontman For $2m
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