David Gilmour, Robert Plant y los Marriott contra la IA

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David Gilmour, Robert Plant and the Marriotts against AI

Robert Plant and David Gilmour support the campaign organized by the children of Steve Marriottin denunciation of the creation of music with AI that is released on the Internet emulating his father's work.

The children of the deceased member of Humble Pie and Small Faces They are in dispute with the singer's estate to prevent the release of music made with artificial intelligence under his name. Although there are still no agreements for recordings, they affirm that the idea of ​​​​publishing songs with AI replicating the singer's voice was accepted by the musician's third wife, Toni Marriottwhom she married two years before his death in 1991.

In a statement to the magazine Varietythe singer's daughter, Mollieexplains that, for her and her brothers, the publication of these songs are a “stain” on their father's name: “We intend, together with his bandmates Humble Pie and Small Facesto prevent the album you want to release The Marriott Estate – an AI solo album of Steve's old and new songs – is released. Someone who was known as one of the greatest vocalists of our generation, with such a lively and raw voice, would absolutely break his heart if he were alive to know it. This is only for money, not for art or appreciation,” explains the daughter.

Mollie explains that the campaign has the objective of protecting new artists who have no right or decision over this type of creations, which are destroying creativity and the arts. They have the support of rock icons, including the former leader of Led Zeppelin Plant and the icon Pink Floyd Gilmour. Other iconic musicians supporting the cause include Brian Adams, Paul Weller, Gary Kemp, Glenn Hughes and Paul Rodgersas well as former bandmates of Small Faces and Humble Pie from Marriott, Kenney Jones of Small Facesand Peter Frampton and Jerry Shirley of Humble Pie.

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