From the Nashville Post article today: Speaking to the Post, Curleigh said he is excited about the health of Gibson’s core business of manufacturing instruments and related equipment and sees some similarities between his time at Levi’s and what he is preparing for with Gibson. Both brands, he said, took their leadership for granted and lost touch with their customers. The opportunity is there, he said, to refocus on both the core connections Gibson has with its customers and to truly grow its markets over time. He clearly understands what happened and what needs to be done. Let's hope he gets it done.