Why Some Singers Should Not Write Their Own Songs
The music industry entrepreneur and producer discuss his autobiography The Soundtrack of My Life with Charlie Rose. And one of the topics discussed is the struggle that some singers, including famous ones, confront about whether or not to write their own songs.
While many singers decide to write their own material, the strategy can backfire if they lack the right skill set, according to Clive Davis a Harvard trained lawyer.
Did you know?
Writers and lawyers have the same aptitude pattern in general, according to Margaret Broadley in Your Natural Gifts.
Clive Davis on Charlie Rose
April 5 12 Min.
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