According to the Associated Press, The Fray’s Joseph King and Isaac Slade have filed a lawsuit against their manager over the copyrights to their songs.   The songwriting duo, who penned the band’s hits like “Over My Head (Cable Car)” and “How to Save a Life,” say manager Gregg Latterman’s company obtained partial ownership of their songs when the band members signed a publishing agreement back in July 2005. The suit states that Latterman told the musicians that his company was only getting a finder’s fee. Instead, the band alleges Latterman’s company obtained ownership to a portion of the composers’ music through the agreement.   The lawsuit also alleges that Latterman failed to disclose his interest in King and Slade’s publishing agreement.

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