GENERAL MUSIC INDUSTRY Henry Rollins Shares 4 Pillars That Took Him from Ice Cream Scooper to Black Flag vide0
Henry Rollins went from college dropout to scooping ice cream at a Washington, D.C. area HA agen-Dazs to the lead singer of seminal punk band Black Flag, actor and more. But he does not believe it was creative genius that got him there. "I don't have talent," Rollins insists in a video interview. "I have tenacity. I have discipline. There was no choice for me but to work really hard... The tasks ...
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