OCTOBER 2016: TAYLOR MAC'S "A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC"

Backup Vocals/Martha Hutchinson/Tiny Tim

 

Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music is a 24-hour concert with each hour devoted to a corresponding decade of popular music. I perform for about 15 hours, sing backup vocals, show my bare ass, dress up as abolitionist Martha Hutchinson, and engange in a dance off as Tiny Tim.

 

PRESS:

New York Times, "Review: Taylor Mac’s 24-Hour Concert Was One of the Great Experiences of My Life" — Wesley Morris, October 2016

The Guardian, "Taylor Mac review – 24-hour-long pop show is everything" — Alex Needham

New York Times, "The Gaudy, Glittery, Gorgeously Subversive World of Taylor Mac" – Alexandra Jacobs, September 2016

 

Performing "The Parting Glass" with Taylor Mac in an early version A 24-Decade History of Popular Music at Joe's Pub in 2013.