NEW YORK (AP) — While Elton John and Katy Perry have hit the stage for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, and supporters of opponent Bernie Sanders include Bonnie Raitt and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's Rolodex of musicians-slash-friends is short. Really short.
Instead, he's found himself on the flip side of friendship since he announced his candidacy last summer, with musicians from Adele to the Rolling Stones asking Trump to stop using their music at rallies and in campaign ads. Despite that, Trump wants to mix things up during the four-day Republican National Convention in July, where he says concerts could be useful to break up "plenty of political speeches."
"The concept of some entertainment from a great singer, a great group I think would be something maybe to break things up," Trump said in an interview this week with The Associated Press.
Here's the short list of musicians who could potentially offer their talents at a Trump event.