/ by Michael Arthur

   newyorker : 
 
  John Seabrook  on the 2014 Grammys:  http://nyr.kr/1n8buNk  
 
 “This was my first time attending the Grammys; after watching it on TV for years, I thought that, being in the hall, I would catch all the show business that I’d been missing at home, and that the stagecraft would carry the day. But when you see the show live the music is more important than ever, and the show business seems like it’s for the folks at home.” 
 
  Above: Lorde. Photograph by Kevork Djansezian/Getty.  
 
 A pretty grounded perspective on the Grammys.  I enjoyed it. Of course, I went to a Toshi Reagon concert instead of watching the Grammys.

newyorker:

John Seabrook on the 2014 Grammys: http://nyr.kr/1n8buNk

“This was my first time attending the Grammys; after watching it on TV for years, I thought that, being in the hall, I would catch all the show business that I’d been missing at home, and that the stagecraft would carry the day. But when you see the show live the music is more important than ever, and the show business seems like it’s for the folks at home.”

Above: Lorde. Photograph by Kevork Djansezian/Getty.

A pretty grounded perspective on the Grammys.  I enjoyed it. Of course, I went to a Toshi Reagon concert instead of watching the Grammys.

Source: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/cult...