The live TV musical appears to be here to stay. Once or twice a year, Fox and NBC and now, ABC, bring together a cadre of talent and a beloved musical theater property to create a live television event that stands out in an era of streaming and binge-watching. The results have ranged from glittery explosions of performing prowess to underwhelming hate-watch fodder. Here we present every live television musical of the modern era, ranked: from truly terrible to s'wonderful. We've excluded broadcasts that weren't live, like Rocky Horror and Dirty Dancing. This one barely qualifies as a live musical, since it was essentially the story of the Passion of Jesus with some reworked pop songs thrown in. Singers portrayed biblical figures and performed contemporary songs in new contexts: For example, Chris Daughtry played Judas and did a rendition of Imagine Dragons' "Demons.
If you enjoy listening to music, a live performance is where that enjoyment will peak, according to a new study led by Western researchers. When individuals attend a live concert and listen to music as a group, their brains waves synchronize — a bond that indicates each individual is having a better time as part of a collective. The new findings, reported last month at a Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting, are a reminder that humans are social creatures, said neuroscientist Jessica Grahn, a Western Psychology professor in the Brain and Mind Institute who co-led the study.
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