There's something particularly moving about singing at the graveside.
Talking about death is no longer taboo, or at least, not quite as taboo as it was. We've seen first hand how events such as Death Cafés and Death Awareness Week week have opened up the subject and given people a safe space in which to discuss end of life planning.
As performers, we're acutely aware of our relationship with our audience. It may look like we're engrossed in our performance, but all performers develop a 'radar' that keeps them updated on the mood and energy of the people watching the. Stand-up comedians do this too; they'll know that a particular joke "won't work" or throw in one that will. It's a give and take scenario; when an audience is 'with you', the sympathetic exchange of energy and enjoyment is nothing short of magical.
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