Earlier this year, Neil Young issued a very public 'cease and desist' to Donald Trump after the aspiring US presidential candidate used his song 'Rockin' in the Free World'.

Trump later called Young a 'hypocrite' as he had met the musician, who had previously asked him to invest in his Pono music service.

It seems like Shakey is not the only star to refuse to have anything to do with the billionaire, as Aerosmith have now ordered him to stop using their song 'Dream On'.

The Hollywood Reporter says that a band rep issued a statement saying "Trump for President does not have our client’s permission to use ‘Dream On’ or any of our client’s other music in connection with the Campaign because it gives the false impression that he is connected with or endorses Mr. Trump’s presidential bid.

We are unaware of any public performance license granting Trump for President the right to perform ‘Dream On’ in connection with the Campaign. If Trump for President has any such license, please forward it to our attention immediately".

The strange thing is that the band and Trump appear to be friendly, with Steven Tyler even appearing at a Republican Presidential candidate debate as a guest of Trump's a few months ago.

Still, it looks like he can… err… dream on if he wants to use their music.

Watch a loop of Trump air drumming to the song, just because:

Via NME.com