TABLE OF CONTENTS
Welcome Stuart Curtis, our instrument repair guru. You ask, he answers.
“The Teaching Musician’s Bible” – Eric Booth’s program for
accommodating our business oriented educational culture
is not a good fit for HONK! musicians, but it has its uses.
Musician Corps Update: It could be a long haul.
Sound Off Band Reports:
Charlie Keil’s HONK! world view.
Charlie Keil challenges us to embrace the post-industrial economy. How is that going for you?
Pat Campbell on the growth and practice of Community Music.
A movement does not live by bread alone, but it’s a good start – May 23, 2010.
Montreal’s bicultural Chaotic Insurrection Ensemble explores making your politics heard. By Matt Corks.
Charlie Kiel’s got some he will share.
Pete Leinonen’s NOLA basics to busking, ballyhooing and blowing.
If you can’t take your band to Brazil, bring Brazil to your band. Porto Allegre’s World Social Forum will be in Detroit June 22-26, 2010.
Somerville’s veteran organizing committee looks back on four years of
HONK!ing. 1st in a series by Kevin Leppmann.
Street Music from Veracruz, Mexico as told by Shannon Dudley & Martha Gonzalez.