There are many deejays who pay "tribute" to bands. I don't see the problem with making it fun and aesthetically appealing to the audience. A tribute band does more than just play live songs. They do more work than deejays, hosts OR strippers, and you don't seem to mind tipping them! Tribute bands make promos, and buy costumes, stages, props, practice many hours, and whatever else is needed to give people a good experience. They don't market videos or albums, although they might give away a free shirt for fans (key word "free"). So if they're not marketing, where's the copywright infringement? If tribute bands aren't your thing, then stick with your deejay. But Second Life has been very open and accepting of many things, and I don't see creating something fun for people as an "insult". I think it's insulting that you don't look into all that goes on in performing a tribute band nor think about the people who actually enjoy it, before you criticize and pass [bad] judgement. I'm sure Caitlyn isn't the only shallow person in SL, but come on.. The tribute bands are strictly for enjoyment. All they sell is a fun time while listening and watching your favorite band.