NEW YORK (Reuters) - Publishers representing the writers of songs by means of Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Carrie Underwood and loads of different artists sued Peloton Interactive Inc on Tuesday, accusing the maker of video-streaming desk bound bicycles of copyright infringement. Undated handout symbol of a Peloton spin motorbike. REUTERS\/Peloton\/HandoutIn a grievance filed in Big apple federal courtroom, the 10 publishers are in search of greater than $150 million in damages, accusing Peloton of exploiting their songs by means of the usage of greater than 1,000 in its movies with out permission. They mentioned Peloton will have to prevent \u201ctrampling\u201d their rights by means of the usage of their songs totally free. They famous that the corporate having acquired tune licenses from different publishers confirmed it \u201cabsolutely understood what the copyright legislation required.\u201d Peloton, in a remark, mentioned it's reviewing the grievance. It additionally mentioned it has \u201cnice appreciate for songwriters and artists,\u201d and has \u201cinvested closely to construct a best-in-breed reporting and licensing device.\u201d The New York-based corporate is anticipated to hunt a greater than $four billion valuation in an preliminary public providing that might happen in the second one part of 2019, The Wall Side road Magazine mentioned. Based in 2012, Peloton sells bicycles beginning at $2,245, in programs that it mentioned require signing up for memberships to get right of entry to are living and on-demand categories for biking, operating, yoga and different actions. Get right of entry to to limitless categories prices $39 a month. The 10 tune publishers come with Giant Deal Track, Downtown Track Publishing, Ole, Peermusic, Pulse Track Publishing, Reservoir, The Richmond Group, Spherical Hill, Royalty Community and Extremely Track. They mentioned Peloton\u2019s infringements quilt songs by means of a who\u2019s who of the tune trade, such because the unauthorized use of Rihanna\u2019s \u201cUmbrella\u201d in a minimum of 55 exercise movies. The checklist of alleged infringements contains such songs as Mars\u2019 \u201cGrenade,\u201d Perry\u2019s \u201cRoar,\u201d Timberlake\u2019s \u201cSexyBack\u201d and Underwood\u2019s \u201cSooner than He Cheats.\u201d It additionally contains older songs comparable to Celine Dion\u2019s model of John Lennon and Yoko Ono\u2019s \u201cGlad Yule (Struggle Is Over),\u201d Rush\u2019s \u201cTom Sawyer\u201d and Bobby \u201cBoris\u201d Pickett\u2019s Halloween staple \u201cMonster Mash.\u201d David Israelite, leader govt of the Nationwide Track Publishers\u2019 Affiliation, a industry workforce representing the plaintiffs, in a remark mentioned tune was once chargeable for a lot of Peloton\u2019s industry luck. \u201cWe look ahead to getting tune creators what they deserve,\u201d he mentioned. The case is Downtown Track Publishing LLC et al v Peloton Interactive Inc, U.S. District Court docket, Southern District of New York, No. 19-02426. Reporting by means of Jonathan Stempel in New York; Modifying by means of Tom Brown and Invoice BerkrotOur Requirements:The Thomson Reuters Consider Ideas.