See Taylor Mac Sing Radical,
Queer 'Amazing Grace' in San Francisco's Streets

After Taylor Mac's marathon performance A 24-Decade History of Popular Music in Brooklyn last year, the New York Times' Wesley Morris called it "one of the great experiences of my life." The groundbreaking art concert is Mac's subjective history of the United States told through 246 songs—everything from World War I ditties to The Mikado to a mash-up of the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive" and Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir"—told with the help of radical drag queens and other special guests.


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