Hey Justin, Advertising has been a pretty big cash cow since the economic boom of WWII (for Americans) gave the Baby Boomers a fist full o' dollars to plunk down on whatever luxury they could afford, including loads of albums or any products related to music. While some bands/artists are very obviously used to turn massive profits for their handlers, most of the acts that you have been involved with, if not all of them, did not engage in a lot of overt advertising. How do you walk that fine line between future financial security and artistic integrity? Not everyone gets to create, record, and distribute what they want to. I do realize that the music business is a business and like most fine art, the advertising dollars keep the train a rollin'. However, most artists/songwriters are not recompensed very well for all of their creative capital. What are your thoughts on this? It would be nice to hear from someone who has been in the game for such a long time and is embedded deeply in the modern musical collective.