They tugged, she tugged back
Record execs wanted a hit. Sara Bareilles wanted control. They both won.
When new artists enter the studio to record their debut album, they often morph from human beings into taffy. They are pushed and pulled by their record company's marketing and A&R departments, their management teams, and, of course, their own creative impulses. Sometimes they are stretched into shapes they don't recognize. (Full article: 892 words)
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