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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Process: How do acts get chosen?

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Process: How do acts get chosen?
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Process: How do acts get chosen?
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Every year, fans go crazy over the list of artists nominated for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Fame.Either someone on the ballot doesn't deserve to be there or long time snubs continue to be, well, snubbed.Part of the frustration is that the process isn't the most transparent in the world.


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Brand Essence: The Rock 'n' Roll of Business, Part 2

Brand Essence: The Rock 'n' Roll of Business, Part 2
Brand Essence: The Rock 'n' Roll of Business, Part 2
168 | Tuesday, August 23, 2016Related Articles Brand Essence: The Rock 'n' Roll of Business, Part 1Editor's note: Part two in a three-part series.One real power of a brand is that it serves as a tuning fork for an organization, helping them quicken strategic decisions, vetting new opportunities and making hard choices when projections are slipping away from the target.Nothing kills brand value more than short-term revenue focus.


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What's the Matter with the Rock 'n' Roll TV Series?

What's the Matter with the Rock 'n' Roll TV Series?
What's the Matter with the Rock 'n' Roll TV Series?
In the summer of 1980, before MTV brought the New Wave into the mainstream, Billy Joel's "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" spent two weeks at the top of the charts.The song's imagined argument between a musician and his publicist aimed much of its ire at the wrong target—the "hot funk, cool punk" of the era's rising stars—but if Joel's resistance to pop music's "next phase" now seems shortsighted, his critique of the preference for image over sound is as apt today as ever.With FX's Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, HBO's Vinyl,, Showtime's Roadies, and Netflix's The Get Down, the subgenre we might call the "rock 'n' roll TV series"—set backstage and behind the scenes, at concert venues, recording studios, and corporate offices—is in the midst of a revival, one regrettable for its frequent failure to focus on the drama of the music's making.


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