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Opening Arguments


Bob Dylan has been murdered, and it was a conspiracy:

Bloomington relived Bob Dylan's classics with a traveling group of Indiana musicians called Hoosier Dylan on Saturday at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.

Folksinger-Americana artist Tim Grimm organized the group after he was inspired by Bob Dylan and his caravan of musicians who traveled the northeast and performed in theaters together in the late 1970s.

The group includes solo performers and musical groups as well as Indiana Poet Laureate Norbert Krapf, who read poetry to the sounds of musician Gordon Bonham's guitar.

While some of us consider such butchery the worst sort of crime, it is, alas, not even a misdemeanor in most jurisdictions. And, to be honest, it happens so often that law enforcement wouldn't be able to keep up with it anyway. I have to admit that I've killed Dylan a time or two myself, but I at least have the sense to do it in the privacy of my own home.


Fri, 09/25/2009 - 6:15pm

Were you even at the performance? Your comments are demeaning to the talented musicians who performed to a crowd who loved every minute of it. That is if the dancing and cheering throughout the four hour performance meant anything about the guality of this performance. And oh, the theater was still crowded when the last song planned at 12:15 a.m. If it was butchery they would have left.

Makes me wonder where you were, but I can understand if you are a talentless yuck who only can perform in the privacy of your own home.