Kenny Millions gives props to his punk roots

For saxophonist Kenny Millions, who lived two blocks from CBGB in its heyday and played there with the likes of Talking Heads, punk is more a state of mind than a musical genre. Full Story
Obi Wan Kenobee

Deerfield Beach, FL

#2 May 19, 2008
Millions is a puss who cares more abour raw fish and his overinflated ego than he does music.

What an overrated wannabe. He lays claim to these many genres but his playing is hackneyed and reflects fear more than any other emotion.

He wouldn't know true avant-garde experimentalism if it branded itself into the middle of his big ole forehead.

Plus, his sushi gave me food poisoning the last (read: the last) time I ate at his restaurant.

He can't even do that right.

The only thing punk about him is that he is a punk @ss.

Another example of South Florida making due with what it has and trying to shine that turd into something more than it is.
Larry

Miami, FL

#3 May 26, 2008
Kenny has too much fun to worry about any loser Rednecks.
Jimmy Kingston

Miami, FL

#4 May 26, 2008
Right-on Kenny Millions! You rock!
Bobby

Delray Beach, FL

#5 May 27, 2008
The show was great insanity, lots of fun and a Las Vegas ending. Very hot playing. What more can you want...
a new yorker

Blue Diamond, NV

#6 Nov 23, 2008
HUGE ego...and a lot of those talents he states he played with were so minimal...like he had an audition with Talking Heads...that's it
New York critic

Delray Beach, FL

#7 Jan 19, 2009
Kenny Millions vomits on stage and some people hate it - and some people love it. No matter what he's very creative.
Joel

Miami, FL

#8 Jan 21, 2009
Kenny rips it open...stand back jealous wimps.

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