Ken Honeywell 
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Re: “Concert Greats

Hmm.

Wilco at the Egyptian Room, YHF tour, 2002.

David Byrne at Clowes Hall, 2008.

The Dean & Britta/Andy Warhol's Screen Tests show at IMA, 2010.

Maybe those in reverse order...

Also: The last night at the Patio. And that Zero Boys reunion show at the Vogue, Midwest Music Summit, 2005.

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Posted by Ken Honeywell on 08/14/2015 at 1:16 PM

Re: “This Year's Model

I pay for Spotify for the convenience of having so much music at my fingertips. I also buy music to support the artists I love. Sometimes, I never open the CDs.

In any case, there's no putting the genie back in the bottle. As long as people can get music free, they'll do it. If they don't steel it from the Internet, they'll borrow it from the library and rip to to their computers. Perhaps the best we can do is try to support the artists we love in spite of all the free music out there.

Posted by Ken Honeywell on 01/03/2014 at 12:16 PM

Re: “State of the Music

Nice list, Ben. As someone who's been deeply involved in a couple of the benefit shows you mention, I'd also praise the collaborative DIY spirit that goes into a lot of what makes music special in this town. And I'd add things like the Fountain Square Music Festival and Musical Family Tree into that mix.

Posted by Ken Honeywell on 07/31/2013 at 5:01 PM

Re: “The Top Three

Hey, Rob. I bought Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II when I was 13 years old, and it made me feel as if anything in the world were possible. That's why it's an important album to me. I wasn't a growed-up adult who knew you weren't supposed to pick greatest hits albums.

If you said I couldn't pick greatest hits albums, I'd probably pick Exile on Main Street.

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Posted by Ken Honeywell on 07/03/2013 at 12:47 PM

Re: “The Top Three

Rob: Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 is pretty damn extraordinary. I was 13 when I bought it, and it made me feel as if anything were possible. It was the most important album of my young life.

If you told me I couldn't choose that, I'd probably say Exile on Main Street.

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Posted by Ken Honeywell on 07/03/2013 at 12:12 PM

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