Black Keys File Lawsuit Against Pizza Hut, Home Depot
The Black Keys
The Black Keys have filed a lawsuit against Pizza Hut and Home Depot, saying the respective companies have used their tunes in ads without getting the band's permission.
The lawsuit maintains that Pizza Hut used the song "Gold On The Ceiling" (Check out the video below) and Home Depot used "Lonely Boy" from 2011's El Camino (buy on iTunes).
The lawyer also claims the band made both companies aware of the unlicensed use of their songs last month, but neither company has taken any action.
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