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Singer Ed Sheeran is being sued again
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is to face trial in the US over claims he copied his 2014 smash hit 'Thinking Out Loud' from Marvin Gaye's 1973 classic 'Let's Get It On'.
US District Judge Louis Stanton in Manhattan denied Sheeran's request to dismiss the copyright infringement suit. He said a jury must decide whether the two songs are substantially similar. The charge comes after Sheeran and his co-songwriters were awarded more than £900,000 in June after winning a UK High Court copyright case for the hit 'Shape of the Year'.
Claims of copyright infringement for the song "Thinking Out Loud" were first filed in 2018, not by the family of singer Marvin Gaye, but by banker David Pullman and a company called Structured Asset Sales, which bought a share of the estate of Let's Get It On co-writer Ed Townsend.