In 2012 Michael S. Newman, who was a J.D. candidate at the time, wrote an article for the Touro Law Review on tribute bands. "Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery, But is it Infringement?" is an 11-page article with 144 footnotes. It covers a topic that we're all familiar with, because we've all heard of tribute band and cover bands (and those really are different), but do we think about the copyright implications? If those implications are of interest to you, then this is an article to read.
You will notice that the page formatting for the article is odd. This may be due to the site being reorganized since 2012.