Best Of 2020: All Concerts In Order Of Preference Through February 29th

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“Essential Parts” And “Love Rocks” From COMPLEXIONS Contemporary Ballet At Joyce Theatre, 2pm, Saturday, January 25th – The dancers were so beautiful, a physical and emotional coming together, unfettered by tradition, it flies in the face of perceptions of ballet and emerges on the side as something that should truly be seen by rock fans

The Gershwins “Porgy And Bess” At The Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center, Saturday, February 15th – the pop songs fit in and the mix of folk, spirituals and pop are completely unique, and the spirituals have never sounded better

“American Utopia” At Hudson Theatre, Friday, January 24th – I didn’t find Byrne’s Mr. Rogers cheerful the complex made simple performance winning, the speak got in the way of the flow

Snoop Dogg’s “I Wanna Thank Me” Tour At Gramercy Theatre, Wednesday, January 22nd –  any night you get to hear “PIMP” is a good night, and Akon’s “I Wanna Fuck You,” “Snoop’s Upside Your Head,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” Gin N Juice”… one banger after another without breaking a sweat

The Tibet House US 33rd Annual Benefit Concert Iron Mouse Year at Carnegie Hall, Wednesday, February 26th – All in all, a tight, smart, indie, alty, punky, arty evening

Eagles Perform “Hotel California” and Greatest Hits At Madison Square Garden, Friday, February 14th – stale

Hall And Oates, Squeeze, And KT Tunstall At Madison Square Garden, February 28th – Hall And Oates became an indifferent and overwrought jam band and one whom Disco Biscuits (with nowhere near the songs), would have destroyed on stage

 

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