CARRIE UNDERWOOD SUED, ACCUSED OF STEALING MAJOR SONG
Court documents show that the famous country music superstar and former American Idol winner is being accused of stealing a major song of her career and using it without giving credit to the proper person.
The accuser, Heidi Merrill, has filed a lawsuit against Carrie Underwood, The NFL, NBC, and others over their use of the new Sunday Night Football theme song titled “Game On.”
She claims that the song is a very clear infringement on her copyrighted song of the same name – which she wrote in 2016 and first uploaded to YouTube in early 2017.
God's Country Blake Shelton
Whiskey Glasses Morgan Wallen
Beer Never Broke My Heart Luke Combs
Speechless Dan + Shay
Rumor Lee Brice
Look What God Gave Her Thomas Rhett
Good As You Kane Brown
Love Someone Brett Eldredge
Miss Me More Kelsea Ballerini
GIRL Maren Morris
Dustin Lynch, a native of Tullahoma, Tennessee, attended Tullahoma High School and graduated in 2003. He started playing guitar when he was around 8 or 9 but soon abandoned it, and then picked it up again at 15. When he was 16, he performed at the Bluebird Café in Nashville on an open mic night and was well received by the audience, so he decided to start a band.Lynch moved to Nashville, Tennessee, in 2003 where he studied Biology and Chemistry at Lipscomb University. According to Lynch, he chose Lipscomb because it is located near the Bluebird Café where he would play and learn the craft of songwriting while at college. He gained a B.S. degree in biology in 2007, and although he was interested in going to medical school, he decided to pursue a career in music