Join Brian Thompson, Michael Brandvold & Steve Jones as we toss off another 15 min. episode talking about good theft and bad theft in creative works, branding implications, and what can happen when proper attribution and co-writing and publishing credits aren’t given to their due sources.
In this podcast we discuss the recent Jonah Lehrer incident at The New Yorker, author of the book Imagine: How Creativity Works, and how we was forced to resign after admitting to lying in his book by making up quotes from Bob Dylan.
We also talk about the book, How to Steal Like an Artist, from author Steve Kleon.
Welcome to The Music Biz Weekly Presents… The Rock Star Branding Podcast with your hosts Brian Thompson, Michael Brandvold and Steve Jones.
Look for this new podcast in all the same locations that you can find The Music Biz Weekly Podcast, plus BrandLikeARockStar.com.
Each week Michael, Brian and Steve will discuss rock star branding related to some of the largest acts in the world and how you can apply their lessons to your career.
These topics come from Steve’s new book, Brand Like A Rock Star: Lessons From Rock ‘n’ Roll To Make Your Business Rich And Famous. Using examples like U2, AC/DC, Lady Gaga, The Beatles, KISS, Jimmy Buffett, Bob Dylan, and many others, Steve shows you how to create a business that rocks!
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