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Butler Taking Advice Over Super Bowl Ad

12:01 PM Thursday 2/16/12 |   |

Multi-platinum Aussie roots act the John Butler Trio is taking legal advice over Dannon’s Oikos Greek yogurt TV ad aired during the Super Bowl.

The act’s fans advised the John Butler Trio that the music on the ad was similar to its 2003 hit song “Zebra.” The ad’s 21-year-old director Remy Neymarc and the music composer Jonah Geil-Neufeld were discovered by Dannon through crowd sourcing Pop Tent.

Dannon released a statement when the furor broke online: “A question about the music in our Super Bowl commercial has been brought to our attention. We are working to fully understand and address the situation. We apologize for any concerns this has caused John Butler Trio’s band members and fans.”

Comments

  1. Evster wrote:

    12:59 PM, Feb 16, 2012

    It IS clearly a rip-off. I guess between the air time and John Stamos's ego fee they had no budget left to properly license the song.



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