Antony and the Johnsons :: If It Be Your Will (live)

Just like great athletes have career defining moments, so, too, do musicians. For Pulp, it was their last minute fill-in for an imploding Stone Roses on the main stage at the Glastonbury Festival in 1995, still regarded as one of the festival's finest performances. For Nirvana, it was their seminal performance on MTV's Unplugged that served to showcase a side of the band never before seen. These performances put accomplished artists into a spotlight that they hadn't yet occupied.

For Antony Hegarty, that . . .

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