Our lives have changed all over the planet. Nothing remains as we knew it. The world has shifted and we shape ourselves to fit in. For the music industry the live stage grew dark and every thought of a live performance began and ended in silence. Virtual concerts became the new normal and it seems as though it is here to stay. Despite the burden of technological blunders, the world became a sea of virtuality.

The work behind these concerts was not an easy task. The collaborations of editors, producers, technologists, and artists dared to challenge the polished versions of ourselves. The stains of yesterday were gone, and the adventure started with a single leap of faith. We had to embrace what was new.

During the holidays there is no completion because the gathering and sharing of the things that matter are the prize itself. It is the links in the chain of life that bind us and the recognition of the hard work put into the world of entertainment that allowed us to celebrate the joy in life……

1). BTS Online Concert: Map of the Soul- E Concert Live Stream

2). Post Malone, Nirvana Tribute-a benefit for the World Health Organization

3). Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra, Virtual Birdland- produced by Arturo O’Farrill

4). Monterey Jazz Festival-the 63rd annual event

5). MTV Video Music Awards

6). Shawn Mendez: In Wonder LIVE

7). Nurse Heroes Live-A benefit supporting the Nurse Heroes Foundation

8). VetsAid 2020: Home for the Holidays-produced by legendary guitarist Joe Walsh

9). Where Do We Go Livestream: Billie Eilish

10). SohoJohnny Presents: Celebrity Benefit Concert- a collaboration benefitting the Let Me Help, Inc Foundation, #IAMNOJOKE for Creative Visions, produced by SohoJohnny, John Velasco and iConcert TV

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