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.
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. Grahn's research team partnered with McMaster University's LIVELab, a one-of-a-kind concert hall where scientists measure the brain waves of musicians and their audiences to determine how music creates undeniable social bonds. The team hired a band to perform for 24 participants in the audience, simultaneously measuring their brain wave data while also taking motion captures of how people move to music — live and recorded.
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