I am rightly pissed! I was talking via email to a friend of mine today that also plays bass in another local cover band. We're talking back and forth about basses, band drama, etc. He then gives me his band's website address. I'm poking around on their home page when what do I find? My words, taken straight from the Bio that I wrote for my band, on his band's website!!! Now, he's not to blame as he doesn't do the website for his band. I told him about it and he said that his bandmate must have gotten it from a Google search or from a flyer that I sent out a few weeks ago about a gig! I told him that he better have the guy remove it! Judge for yourself. Here's what I wrote: Construction on Rocksville Highway began in late summer of 2005. After much hard work and many auditions, the Interstate of Rock was finally completed in early 2006. Designed and built by 5 Dallas-area musicians, Rocksville Highway is a spectacular roadway straight through the heart of downtown Rock & Roll. Bridging the span of decades from the early 70's all the way to some of today's hottest rock artists, Rocksville Highway is a band that guarantees that fans will have a great time: each song evokes memories long forgotten or good times still remembered. Playing with tremendous passion and a flurry of energy, the band leads listeners on a trip through the greatest hard rock hits of their lives. With a style that can best be described as full and punchy, Rocksville Highway's show will ensure that audiences get off of their seats and onto their feet. Here's what's on their website (names have been changed to protect the not-so-innocent): XXX BAND performs an extensive and dynamic repertoire of classic rock and country tunes bridging the span of decades from the 60's through today, including dance rock, country rock, Motown, R&B, Blues and more. Playing with tremendous passion and boundless energy, XXX BAND will deliver the music and added appeal needed to create excitement for any occasion. XXX BAND will carve a magical tour down memory lane, with songs from great artists like Smash Mouth, Tom Petty, Green Day, The Eagles, Third Eye Blind, Pat Benatar, Georgia Satellites, Gretchen Wilson, Eric Clapton, Journey, Lynard Skynyrd, Bad Company, Bob Seger, Tracy Chapman and Joe Walsh, just to name a few. Each song will evoke memories long-forgotten, or good times still-remembered. XXX BAND is a band that guarantees that fans will have a great time with dynamic renditions of songs for all ages to your event. Our show ensure's true 'Headline Entertainment' that audiences everywhere will get off of their seats and onto their feet. Now, I understand that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but DAMN! This is outright plagiarism and just kicks me in the nads! So what would you do? I haven't "officially" copyrighted anything on my web site, but I have the statement "All material and images are copyright 2006 by Rocksville Highway." Do I have any legal advantage or is it a matter of my word versus their word?